If You’re on Medicare, You Can Earn College Tuition for Your Grandchildren by Simply Working Out: Here’s How
College is expensive. According to The Huffington Post, a college degree has increased 12-fold (1,200%) since 1990, far outpacing inflation on consumer goods, food and medical expenses. So, trying to help pay for a grandchild’s college education when you’re retired is beyond the reach of most people. But what if? If all things were possible and you could help pay for any family member child’s education by simply going to the gym, would you? Well, if you’re on Medicare, you can earn college tuition for any child in your immediate or extended family, by simply working out. Here’s how.
Medicare Advantage products have become the most popular way to receive Medicare benefits. When you consider it not only provides what Medicare provides, packaged in a more generous way to save you money and include ancillary benefits like dental, vision and hearing, they also provide other incentives like:
The one thing we all learn is as we age, we must become more active if we wish to be fit and enjoy a better quality of life. Now, you can enjoy a better quality of life AND help a child get an education.
Now, an additional benefit is the ability to earn up to $250 per month, $3,000 per year towards a child-of-your-choice’s college education, at over hundreds of participating colleges and universities nationwide. This program is not available through all Medicare Advantage carriers and/or policies. However, if you have one of the participating plans, you can register yourself and the child you wish to sponsor and start earning.
The criteria are simple. Any child, stepchild, grandchild, niece, nephew, cousin, godchild, etc. (in essence, any child in your immediate or extended family you wish to help), can become a beneficiary from birth through August 31st of the year prior to beginning their senior year in high school. For example, if your child just finished his or her junior year and will start senior year in the Fall, he or she must be registered no later than August 31st that summer. And, just for registering, you get an immediate 1,000 tuition reward points, worth $1,000 in scholarship money!
After you’ve registered, go to the gym no fewer than 7 times per month. When you do, you will accumulate 250 tuition reward points for the registered child’s account. Each point is worth one dollar. When he or she starts looking for a college to attend, pick one of the over 400 currently participating nationwide.
Since this program is young, as the years go by, this list will continue to grow, I’m sure, for the good PR it offers participating universities, and the additional qualified candidates they will have applying to their schools. So, if you don’t see a school of interest now, that may change by the time your child’s ready to pick a school.
If you’re interested in learning more about how you can participate in this tuition reward program, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call us at (727) 459-1887 or leave a comment below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. And don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter, so you don’t miss all the money-savings tips and news that affect your benefits. To your health!
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