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Get your FREE prescription drug discount card from Medicare Card   You can save from 10% to 85% on the cost of both brand name and generic prescriptions immediately.

There are no claim forms to fill out and no limits to the number of times you or your family can use the card. Medicare drug discounts are available only at participating pharmacies. The Pharmacy Discount Program provides discounts for its members at certain participating pharmacies for drugs and other healthcare supplies. You can also save on smoking cessation aids and diabetes supplies. These savings are based on the fact that we have over 56,000 pharmacies processing millions of prescriptions annually.

 

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    Starting a Business: Information from the U.S. Small Business Administration that guides you through the process involved in starting your own business. It discusses making your decision on starting a business; writing a business plan; and getting financing. It also has information about business laws and regulations and what forms you are most likely to need in starting your own business.

  • Medicare Card says:

    Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) for Employers Hiring Certain Qualified Social Security Beneficiaries: The WOTC is a tax credit incentive for private sector employers who hire certain individuals, including participants in the Ticket to Work program. Explains the rules for employers and which Social Security beneficiaries will qualify employers for the WOTC. Note that this tax credit may also apply to hiring Veterans, SNAP (food stamp) recipients and other potential hires. The credit can be as much as $9,000 for each new long-term TANF recipient hired over a 2-yr. period.

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    The Importance of Planning for Long-Term Care (LTC: Information from the National Clearinghouse for Long-Term Care Information about why it is important to plan for long-term care services. Includes things to consider such as whether you may need long-term care, how much care you will need and stories of actual people who have planned for long-term care.

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    AARP’s Five-Step Toolkit for Job Seekers: An online employment guide that covers the entire job search process from start to finish. Helps you to set work goals, organize your job search activities, conduct a career exploration to find out which jobs are best for you and learn how to increase your success in finding a job.

  • when will you send this card i am alrady on medicare.A/B.

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