Here is when you can change your Medicare supplement and how to make a good choice for your Medicare supplement to save you money.
Should I Enroll on Medicare? If you will soon be turning 65 but plan to...
Changes in 2018 Medicare include increases in Part A & Part B deductibles and copays. How will this affect you?
So, which IS the best insurance company when it comes to a Medicare supplement? The simple answer is: There is NO best insurance company when it comes to a Medicare supplement. Why is that?
So, to what are people referring when they speak of the Medicare Part D donut hole? The donut hole, also known as the coverage gap in Medicare circles, occurs after someone with a Medicare Part D drug plan has hit a certain spending limit on their prescription costs. When that limit is hit, then the costs go up for the person with the Part D plan. So, let’s see exactly how that works.
Which is the best Medicare Part D prescription drug plan? Here is how to find the best Medicare Part D prescription drug plan for you and save money!
What can happen if you choose the wrong insurance company for your Medicare supplement? Did you know you could be stuck for life with a supplement that has enormous annual rate increases? How can you avoid this?
Which Medicare supplement is best for you? Choose from the most popular supplements--Plan F, Plan G, and Plan N, but only one is the best. Get the best supplement with the insurance company with the lowest premium and the one that has had the lowest rate increases.
Original Medicare has significant gaps of coverage than can leave the person on Medicare with significant out-of-pocket costs. So when one turns 65, he or she may have several options from which to choose to protect himself from those gaps, such as: Employer Coverage that does not work with Medicare, Employer Coverage that does work with Medicare, Medicare Supplements, and Medicare Advantage Plans. It is important to meet with an experienced, objective agent that looks out for your needs in order to provide the best guidance. While it’s nice to have options, those options only benefit you if you choose the best one for your situation. Thus, it is wise to do comparisons on your situation. To make sure you make a wise choice, sit down with an experienced, independent agent (one who represents many insurance companies and plans) who will put you first. For it is only an advantage to have choices if you can make the wisest choice among those options. Happy shopping!
Do you have to draw Social Security payments before being able to get Medicare? What is the connection between Medicare and Social Security? How do you qualify for Medicare and Social Security? This article clears up the confusion that exists regarding the connection between the two.