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  • FIELD & MAIN INSURANCE HOSTS MEDICARE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON APRIL 11

    HENDERSON, KENTUCKY
    March, 29, 2017

    Medicare enrollment can be overwhelming. Michael Williams, chartered healthcare consultant with Field & Main Insurance, is hosting two information sessions on Medicare enrollment for Henderson-area residents turning age 65 this year. The educational program is designed to help attendees better understand Medicare Part A and Part B and ways enrollment will impact them in retirement. The program will also help attendees navigate tricky aspects of Medicare enrollment and offer guidance to protect their nest eggs. 

    Programs will be held at 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 11, 2017, on the 4th floor of Field & Main Bank, located at 140 N. Main St. in Henderson. Light refreshments will be provided. RSVP is required by April 6. To reserve your space, contact Field & Main by April 6 by email at events@fieldandmain.com or call (270) 831-1554. For guests attending the 5:30 p.m. program, please enter through the bank’s 2nd Street double doors entrance, as the bank’s main doors are closed after business hours. 

    Williams specializes in the pre-retiree and senior health and life insurance market at Field & Main Insurance. He has been a licensed life and health insurance advisor since 1996. Williams counsels Field & Main customers on selecting insurance coverage to help minimize the financial risks associated with retirement, such as acute healthcare and long-term care costs. Additionally, Williams is Chartered Healthcare Consultant through the American College of Financial Services, a Certified Senior Advisor through the Society of Certified Senior Advisors, and received the Long Term Care Certification by the Corporation for Long Term Care. He holds a B.S. degree in biology from Western Kentucky University and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Evansville. 


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