Learn about Medicare Tuesday at Hauglie Agency in Fall City

The Kevin Hauglie Agency will host two free seminars on Medicare, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month in the Fall City office, 33410 SE Redmond Fall City Road.

Liberty Elliott and Samantha Darnell will lead the discussion with unbiased guidance. The seminars are not sponsored by any plan so the discussion will center around the rules of Medicare, its structure, and an explanation of Parts A through D. It will also cover other plan options and scenarios that may be applicable, different enrollment periods for different Medicare Plans and life events.

The presenters will show participants tools and resources to equip themselves with the right information to make an educated decision about Medicare needs.

There will be light snacks provided, along with coffee and water.

Seating is limited to eight people per class. To reserve a space, call (425) 222-5881 or send email to Samantha Darnell at sdarnell@hauglieinsurance.com, or Liberty Elliott at lelliott@hauglieinsurance.com.




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