Ft. Worth Medicare Assistance Specialist Posts a New Blog Which Discusses Partial Retirement and Whether it's Right for Someone

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Ft. Worth, Texas-based Boomer Benefits was established in 2005 with a mission to help everyone on Medicare understand their benefits. The company has mastered the art of making Medicare easy to understand and its customer service team is always happy to pass that information on for free. More on this is discussed on their website at But the information that Boomer Benefits provides to those who are at retirement range or about to be, goes well beyond just that. A good example is the company has just posted a new blog on its website that talks about partial retirement.

The name of this new Boomer Benefits blog post is ‘Could Partial Retirement Be Right for You?’. It started by mentioning that no two people’s paths to retirement are the same, but it still always results in a significant change in a person’s life. This is especially true when it comes to finances. To avoid such an abrupt change that impacts so many areas of a person’s life, many seniors are choosing partial retirement instead. A partially retired person is still employed but at a reduced income from what they are normally used to. The blog mentions that it’s often a great way to transition into retirement because it reduces some of the costs of retirement while giving a person more control over their lives until they finally decide to fully retire. Income while being partially retired can come from a person having reduced hours at their current job, a part-time job, or even a hobby or something else a person is passionate about such as teaching, coaching, consulting, or freelance work. This new Boomer Benefits blog article then talked about some of the benefits of partial retirement which include a person being able to keep busy, keep an alternate revenue stream flowing, learn a new skill, or as a means to stay social, mentally healthy, and physically fit. It also talked about partial retirees falling into one of two categories as being people that ‘want’ or ‘have to’ work. The blog finished by going over how partial retirement impacts Medicare and Social Security and stated that Boomer Benefits is always there to help a partial retiree make Medicare decisions.

Kelsey Mundfrom, the Marketing Director for Boomer Benefits, went into more detail about what they specialize in besides helping people understand Medicare. She says, “Our agency represents over 30 plus insurance carriers. We are licensed to sell Medigap plans, Medicare Advantage plans, Part D prescription drug plans, dental/vision/hearing plans, and cancer policies. If you ever want to change your policy or switch plans, all you must do is pick up the phone and give us a call. Our experienced and knowledgeable team is always available to evaluate your Medicare situation and provide helpful recommendations.”

Those that have sought benefit assistance from the company often praise the help that they received in reviews. Sarah Zarrabi proclaimed, “Boomer Benefits is wonderful. I got their name from a friend and I'm so glad I did. They made everything so easy to figure out. I definitely recommend them to anyone who is starting up their search for Medicare help. You won't need help from anyone else. Chloe Hart was my first contact, and she did an amazing job. Natasha Robertson then answered any follow-up questions I had after I signed up for everything. You simply can't go wrong using Boomer Benefits.” Janet Hanson stated, “My husband and I were fairly new to the Medicare experience. We are so thankful to have found Boomer Benefits to help us navigate this process. They provided great help when we were signing up and choosing coverages. Thanks, Trey! I also need to send a big shout-out to Elizabeth Doyle for helping us through some of our first Medicare claims. She contacted the medical providers involved and kept in frequent contact with me as the claim progressed. Boomer Benefits and their staff are 5 stars!”

These reviews and more can be seen on the company’s Google Maps Business Listing. A listing where Boomer Benefits amazingly averages a perfect 5 out of a possible 5 stars on over 4500 reviews. That’s impressive no matter what type of service a company provides. More information on how Boomer Benefits helps people in regard to Medicare can be found on their website or by watching their Boomer Benefits - Medicare YouTube video.

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About Boomer Benefits :

Boomer Benefits is an award winning agency, licensed in 48 states. They are on a mission to help Baby Boomers through their New-to-Medicare transition every year.

Contact Boomer Benefits:

Kelsey Mundfrom

2601 Meacham Blvd STE 500, Fort Worth, TX 76137, United States

(817) 249-8600

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