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Are you considering switching from a Medicare Advantage plan to a Medigap policy but aren’t sure if it’s the right decision for you? If so, read on to find out four reasons why you may want to consider making the switch, and how... more

When you are ready to retire, you have a myriad of important decisions to make about your retirement, your finances, and your health. One of the big decisions you have to make is what type of health insurance to get. A lot of people choose... more

Medicare supplement and Medicare advantage plans offer different types of coverage and knowing which plan is best for you can be confusing. If you are looking into medicare insurance, navigating the different plans and processes can be... more

Are you one of the millions of people who are on Medicare? If so, it’s important to make sure that your plan is still working for you. Your health conditions may have changed since you first signed up for Medicare, and your plan may not... more

Medicare is primarily intended for individuals that are retired who need health insurance. It’s an excellent option for those that have lost their employer coverage and want to make sure that they’re saving on medical bills. Many... more

If you’re new to Medicare, then it’s important that you think about the coverage that you want and which policy is the right choice for you. Doing this is the best way to make sure that you get the coverage you need and deserve. There... more

Medicare offers a variety of coverage for those that are 65 and over. Because most people retire around this age, it is customary to lose your employer health insurance coverage. Medicare is the perfect solution for this. There are two... more

Medicare is provided through the US government as an opportunity for retired individuals to still have access to health insurance. Medical care can be expensive and not having the right insurance could end up costing you thousands. This is... more

Medicare Part B covers medically necessary and preventive care services. In an effort to be proactive in caring for the health of beneficiaries, many of these preventive care services are free. Diagnostic tests may involve the Part B... more

The thing you have to worry about with delaying enrollment in Medicare is the possibility of having to pay late enrollment fees. These penalties are added to your premiums, and depending on which plan you delayed enrolling in, they could... more

There are two ways to qualify for a special enrollment period (SEP)—through retirement or a specific special circumstance. Let’s break down what a SEP is and how to qualify. What is Medicare Special Enrollment? In short, a special... more