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David Armes, CFP® – Medicare Counseling

David Armes, CFP®, MBA

David Armes, CFP®, MBA – Behavioral Finance and Investment Management Expert

David Armes, CFP®, Principal of Dover Healthcare Planning, LLC, a fee-only financial planning firm that helps clients evaluate their Medicare insurance choices. Dover does not sell or recommend insurance products, but only provides evaluations as well as suggestions about how clients may save money in the plans that are evaluated.

Passion/Expertise

David is a certified financial planner with ten years of experience in Medicare counseling and expertise in behavioral finance and investment management.

Position/Experience

Prior to starting Dover Healthcare Planning, LLC, David served for four years as a volunteer Medicare counselor after retiring from his job as real estate division manager for a large corporation.

Publications

David is the author of several published articles about managing retirement health care costs, including the cover story of the October 2017 issue of the Journal of Financial Planning. He has been quoted in articles about retirement health care costs in the New York Times, the Dow Jones Financial Adviser, Bloomberg/Business Week Online, and Financial Planning magazine. He has also written articles about Medicare and related health insurance topics for several financial publications, including Financial Advisor magazine.



Have David Armes speak at your event!

David Armes is an experienced speaker and presenter with a wealth of knowledge on retirement planning and retirement income management.

Please contact us today via email or phone 847-686-0440 x102 if you would like to have David or any of our other speakers present at your conference or appear at one of your events, or to receive a free voucher to view a sample of one of our speaker’s work.



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