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Medicare is sending out new cards to everyone. Instead of using your Social Security number as your Medicare Number, you will now have a different Medicare Number unrelated to your SSN.

The mailing of these new cards will be a state-by-state process. As of today, cards are being mailed to residents in Alaska, California, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maryland, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, American Samoa, Guam and Northern Mariana Islands.

If you'd like to receive an email alert letting you know when Medicare has mailed your new Medicare card, you may sign up for that email alert through Medicare:
Last week, attorney Rick Courtney joined Nancy on MPB's Money Talks for a discussion on elder and disability money issues. If you'd like to listen to the episode, you may do so online HERE.
This part of the e-newsletter is brought to you by a new grandmother -- or Mimi as I have chosen to be called. Four weeks ago, my daughter-in-law gave life to a beautiful baby girl. Her name is Charlene Vivian, and she will affectionately be called Charlie.

My husband, Jeff, and I spent a glorious week in California shortly after Charlie was born, and I was actually able to be there for Mother's Day. I don't have to tell you how perfect she is, but I could gush on for hours. (Just stop by the office, and I will happily bore you with pictures!) 

My heart is full of love for Charlie. And the smile that lights my face when I see my son giving his full attention to all the many details of becoming a dad and the care he shows his wife, Dani, is pretty cool, too.

Recently, I read a piece on grandchildren from Frederick Buechner, an American author and theologian, that resonated with me: "They are the freshest and fairest you have. After you're gone, it is mainly because of them that the Earth will not be as if you never walked on it."

Now excuse me while I look at the pictures of my growing family, listen to Charlie's sounds on videos and work to afford those plane tickets to California!
If you are ever interested in joining Ryder and Susan for lunch at Rotary, they're happy to have you as their guest! They are members of the Madison-Ridgeland Rotary Club and meet each Thursday at noon for a hot meal at Embassy Suites in Ridgeland. For a list of upcoming speakers, click HERE

Alternatively, if you'd like to be a speaker at one of their club's meeting, you're more than welcome!
And if you're ever in need of a notary, Jackie and Susan are notaries public. Just stop by the office!
Ryder writes a monthly column for Parents & Kids Magazine. To read past columns, click HERE.
If you need to reach us, give our office a call 601.991.3158 or send us an email:
Nancy Lottridge Anderson, Ph.D., CFA:
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