Untangling Medicare Plans with Tara Becker (ep. 9)


It’s no secret that our medical needs are unique and are likely to change during retirement.

Start understanding the parts of Medicare for the best coverage in this week’s episode of Tell Your Boss I Quit! with Becker Benefits and Senior Planning LLC’s benefits and Medicare specialist Tara Becker.

Here, Tara joins Peter Gutekunst to dissect the different steps to Medicare. Tara shares her personalized client approach, ways age impacts the optimal Medicare plans, and the cost of changing your plan during retirement.

Tara discusses:

  • What each part of Medicare covers
  • Calculating Medicare cost coverage
  • What you should know about switching between Medicare Advantage and Supplement
  • When to contact a Medicare advisor
  • And more!


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About Our Guest:

As a connector, forward thinker, and loyal client advocate, Tara Becker has spent the last 20 years helping employers attract, engage and maintain quality employees while growing their businesses. This has been accomplished by providing viable, cost-effective group benefits and technology solutions. Her passion, drive, and entrepreneurial spirit come from a genuine place of putting the client first. A true consultant, my long-lasting client relationships are a testament to her ability to serve clients full circle.



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