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With all the different types of Medicare plans out there, how do you know which one is right for you?                             

                                        We Can help.

This November  will be hosting a series of free Medicare Educational Seminars at our Vienna office. Bob Crossland, an experienced Senior Services Consultant, will be speaking about Medicare Parts A,B,C,D and Medigap (Supplement) Plans. Join us and learn more about this important benefit.

About Bob:

Bob specializes in insurance and financial products. As an independent professional he founded Crossland Insurance to provide benefit solutions – health, life, disability, dental, and long term care insurance – to companies, individuals and families, placing an emphasis on containing costs for employers while enhancing value for their employees.

Bob is a Certified Business Consultant(CBC) as well as a Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow, a longstanding industry designation owned by the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors(NAIFA).  He has over 26 years of experience in marketing and speaking about insurance and other financial products.

Bob is also certified in the Federal and various State Health Exchanges, as well as the Small Business Health Options Program(SHOP) marketplace, as established by the Affordable Care Act.  He has certified for many years by America’s Health Insurance Plans(AHIP) to market Medicare Advantage Plans, Part D Plans, and supplemental products.

Bob often partners with local financial advisory firms as a resource to provide expertise, advice, and solutions for all areas of benefit needs. Bob believes that it is important that his clients understand what their coverage options are and provides guidance in electing the most appropriate option. With a reputation as a problem solver, Bob strives to help all types of people obtain the coverage they need.                    

Event Dates: (select to register)

Seating is limited to 12 attendees per session, register early.

Want to Learn More About Medicare Before the Seminar?