Paul Davis Giving Free Medicare Virtual Workshop #2 at Facey 11/19/20

Let Facey help you understand your Medicare options.

Free Webinar by Paul Davis Insurance Services discussing:

– Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
– Original Medicare
– Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans
– Medicare Advantage Plans

This is a Virtual Workshop by Paul Davis (Broker) presented at Facey Medical Group.

10:00AM on Thursday, November 19th:

Click below to register:

To see the complete flyer, go to:

If you cannot attend, you can watch videos of previous webinars, by clicking on:

Paul Davis Presenting Virtual Workshops on Medicare Options at Facey Medical Group

Paul’s first workshop will be at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, October 28, 2020.

The next two workshops will also be at 10:00 AM:

  • Thursday, November 19, 2020
  • Friday, December 4, 2020

Paul will be clarifying Medicare Supplement Plans, Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare Prescription Plans.

Call Facey to RSVP: 1-866-909-3627

Or click on one of the following links to register online:

10:00AM on Wednesday, October 28th:

10:00AM on Thursday, November 19th:

10:00AM on Friday, December 4th:

Click HERE to see the full flyer.


Paul Davis Medicare Supplement Article in Press-Enterprise News

The Press-Enterprise just published an article by Medicare Supplement Expert, Paul Davis. The article outlines how easy it is to waste money on Medicare supplements if one is not comparing plans each year.

Click the link below to read about the clients who have been paying far too much for their Medicare supplements. And read about how Paul can save you money by comparing plans for you every year:

Press Enterprise article on Medicare Supplements

AAII Webinar: What you don’t know about Medicare Can Cost You a Lot of Money

AAII Medicare Supplement Webinar

Paul Davis will be speaking at AAII Webinar: What you don’t know about Medicare Can Cost You a Lot of Money

Zoom Meeting
October 17, 2020
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

You will learn:

  • Why you should be reviewing your Medicare healthcare plans yearly
  • Why you should be reviewing the Medicare healthcare plans for your parents or elderly relatives
  • What Medicare changes have occurred in 2020 and what will be changing in 2021

Tom Jacobs, J.D. will be speaking: How to Retire on Safe 6%-8% Yields and Keep Your Principal Intact.

You can preregister for the Zoom webinar at:

For more details, see the full flier:

AAIIb2020b10-17 Speaker Flyer Paul Davis




SSG Academy Virtual Zoom Webinar: Be Prepared for Medicare’s Annual Election Period

SSG Academy Zoom Webinar

Paul Davis will be speaking on How to Be Prepared for Medicare’s Annual Election Period.

  • How to find the facts on existing coverage.
  • Is it time to make a change?
  • Learn about low-income subsidies.
  • Learn about considerations when selecting a Medicare supplement plan.

Hadas Abouaf will discuss Safety with Medications.

Evan Press will discuss Annuity Basics: Understanding Moving Parts

Wednesday, October 7, 2020
11:00 am-12:30 pm

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SSG Academy Webinar


Webinar: Medicare 101 (Wed. Sept. 30, 2020, 10:00 am PT)

Medicare 101 webinar


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An educational introduction to (or refresher) about Medicare and Medicare health plan options Do you feel confused or a bit uneasy about this topic? You’re not alone.

Every person we talk to has some level of confusion or anxiety. There’s lots of terminology that’s used in describing Medicare and Medicare health plans that’s confusing.

To sign up, call 818-705-2345 or email

See the flyer with full details.

Are you on COBRA?  Are you over 65?  Your coverage may be incomplete.  You may be at risk.

senior woman considering COBRA Coverage

Lately, we have seen a lot of people over 65 being terminated, losing group health insurance, and transitioning onto COBRA.

Is your employer offering to pay for several months of COBRA?  Be careful as this may give you a false sense of security.  Even though your employer is paying for COBRA you may find that your claims are being denied by the insurance carrier when your explanation of benefits arrives.  You do not want a large medical bill when you can least afford to pay it.  Most employers and HR departments are not aware of this exclusion of benefits under COBRA and are providing no guidance.  This change should involve an exploration of Medicare and Medicare health plan options.

There is a potential problem if you do not also sign up for Medicare Parts A and B when you are over 65 and enroll in COBRA. This article was precipitated by a call from a woman experiencing this problem.  I have also had a call from an attorney trying to help one of his clients with this same issue.

COBRA stands for Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1983.  It was designed to extend group health benefits for 18 months (sometimes more) for someone losing group health coverage.  In California we also have CAL-COBRA which covers employers with fewer than 20 employees and can extend benefits for up to 36 months.  You can continue the same coverage after termination under COBRA/CAL-COBRA, but you will pay the full amount of the premiums plus a 2% or 10% service charge.

If your employer has a group plan with 20 or more employees, that plan generally is considered the primary payor and Medicare can be the secondary payor (if you have enrolled in that coverage). We usually suggest that people turning 65 should probably enroll in Part A even if they have a company group policy, because Part A has no cost for most workers (consult with your HR dept.).

There is an issue as to whether people on a group plan with 20 or more employees should enroll in Part B, since the cost is at least $144.60/mo.   There is likely no benefit to Part B enrollment if you are employed. We also tell people that are contributing to an H.S.A. account to not enroll in any part of Medicare.

If you are over 65 and you get terminated from your employment everything changes.  You are no longer part of a group plan and Medicare becomes primary and your COBRA plan is secondary.  So, if you have not already enrolled in Medicare Part A and B you can have a potential claims nightmare.

After termination, your medical claims will be submitted to Medicare, as they are the primary payor.  What?  You did not sign up for Medicare?  Well, you will find out that COBRA will deny payment for any claim that Medicare would have paid if you had signed up for Part A and Part B – which generally is everything.  Medicare is not obligated to pay, since you did not sign up for it.  Who ends up paying the bill?  You.

Some clients have been given verbal assurances by the HR Department of their employer that they do not need to enroll in Medicare, since COBRA will continue to pay as before.  This is bad advice.  If you do not get that guaranteed in writing from the COBRA carrier, do not believe it.  That is not going to happen.

One other potential issue for someone over 65 who enrolls in COBRA:  If you delay enrollment in Medicare you could potentially end up with a late enrollment penalty for Part B or D.  You may also have timing issues with implementation.  Enrolling at actual loss of the group plan is generally more advantageous.

If you are 65+ and on a group of less than 20 employees, you should enroll in Parts A and B unless the group contract specifically states that you are fully covered without being on Medicare.

Confused?  We get it.  Medicare causes confusion in almost everyone we talk to.  That is why we only work on helping people that are Medicare eligible to figure this stuff out.  Paul Davis, Paul Davis Insurance Services 818 888 0880

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See PDF of original article by Paul Davis in Valley Vantage.