WORKSHOP: Medicare Basics

November 22, 2018, 9:30 AM HST
* Updated November 21, 6:15 PM
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How old do I have to be to enroll in Medicare? Do I have to make a certain income? To support the community with answers to these and other important questions Hawai‘i Community Federal Credit Union (HCFCU) is hosting “Medicare 101” on Saturday, Dec.1, 2018, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Held at HCFCU’s Kaloko facility in the John Y. Iwane Credit Union Center Training Room located at 73-5611 Olowalu St. in Kailua-Kona,this informative seminar is free to the public.

Presented by Peter Amelotte, Health Benefits Manager with Aloha Insurance Services, Inc. and John Roth, Attorney, Hawai‘i Trust & Estate Counsel, attendees will receive information on such topics as:

  • What are my Medicare health plan options?
  • Is prescription drug coverage required?
  • Are there penalties for not taking Medicare when I turn 65?
  • How does Medicare affect my estate planning?

For more information or to register, visit HCFCU’s Community Seminars section. Seating is limited so RSVP right away. No plan specific benefits or details will be shared.

Hawai‘i Community Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit, federally insured financial institution owned by its 40,000 members. HCFCU’s branches are located in Honoka‘a, Kailua-Kona, Kaloko, Kealakekua and Kohala, and its first branch in Hilo will open soon. Additionally, HCFCU has Student Credit Unions in Kealakehe, Kohala and Konawaena High Schools. HCFCU provides service minded financial professionals that will help facilitate mortgage, land, construction, small business, education, personal and auto loans. HCFCU also offers complete checking and savings services, drive up tellers; credit and debit cards with rewards; online and mobile banking; investment services and youth programs. HCFCU also supports numerous Hawai‘i Island nonprofit organizations and community events. Membership in Hawai‘i Community Federal Credit Union is open to all Hawai‘i Island residents. For more information go online


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