Medicare Annual Enrollment Is Here!

Now through December 7th is the time to consider changes to your plan. Click below to speak with a local agent!

Will your current plan be changing for 2024?
Call Us: (804) 408-4757

Did you know you can get a FREE re-quote on your Medicare Supplement Plan?

...And it's at no risk to your current plan benefits.

New Plan—The Same (Or Better) Coverage
We work exclusively with Medicare recipients and understand the complexities of annual premium increases. If your annual premium has gone up, we can look at other plans that might offer the exact same coverage at a lower cost. We'll make sure you have the coverage you need at a price you can afford!
Personalized Approach
You shouldn't need to call a 1-800 number, wait on hold, and get pushed to a large call center to get your questions answered. At Active Medicare Solutions, you'll get a personal advisor to help you navigate the process.

your LOCAL medicare advocateS 

They took the uncertainty and complexity out of Medicare which led to the easy and right decision by me. Thanks Active Medicare Solutions!
Kent B.

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I highly recommend Active Medicare Solutions. Craig made the selection of Medicare and supplement plans an easy process. I would give them a 10 star review if I could!
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If you're looking for help with Medicare, look no further. This is a not a once & done office. They will even follow up once its time to renew since Medicare options change yearly.
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Frequently Asked Questions

When should I start looking into signing up for Medicare?
We suggest you start the process 6 months before turning 65. However, you can reach out to us any time you have questions. Some like to get an early start, while others like to wait until the last minute. Both are ok with us!
When can I sign up for Medicare for Part A and Part B?
Turning 65, you can sign up 3 months before, the month of, and 3 months after the month you turn 65.

Retiring and coming off of a group plan, you have 8 months to enroll.

Over 65 and 3 months and not on a group plan, you can apply during Medicare open enrollment, October 16th through December 7th.
Do I have to sign up for Medicare Part A or Part B when I turn 65?
No, if you are covered by a credible coverage, typically someone’s current employment group plan, with more than 20 employees. If you are happy with your current coverage you do not have to sign up for Part A or B, but you may want to.

Yes, if you don’t have group coverage through current employment, or if you work for a company with less than 20 employees. You'll want to consider signing up for both.
Should I sign up for Part A and Part B when I turn 65?
Every situation is different. It would depend on a variety of variables, such as but not limited to your current coverage options, other people affected by your decision, the medicines you take, contributing to an HSA, etc. This is our specialty. Please call us, and we can guide you through the tough decisions.
Will I get a penalty if I don’t sign up for Medicare Part A and B when I turn 65?
No, if you have credible coverage. Basically, if you are currently employed and/or covered by a currently employed spouse's group insurance plan you will not be penalized.

Yes, if you don’t have group coverage through current employment. If you have an individual plan like the Affordable Care Act, or if you don’t have insurance at all then you will want to sign up for both A and B to avoid any future penalties. You would also want to sign up if you plan on being on a retiree group plan or Cobra for over 8 months after retiring.
Do I have to sign up for Part D prescription drug plan when I turn 65?
No, if you have creditable drug coverage through a currently employed group insurance plan.

Yes, if you don’t have credible drug coverage through a current employer or Veterans Affairs (VA) and you want to avoid a penalty in the future.
How do I sign up for Part A and B?
Turning 65 and currently collecting Social Security, you will be automatically enrolled in both Part A and B. Your card should show up about 3 months before your birthday. If you don’t want Part A or B for some reason, then mail it back in the provided envelope.

Turning 65 and not collecting Social Security and don’t plan on doing so, you can fill out an application online, you can go to the Social Security department, or you can call us. We can come to your home first to help you decide if you should sign up, and then to start the sign-up process. We will also show you your Medicare insurance options and help you pick the best plan for you.

Over 65 and coming off a group plan you will need to take the IRS form L564 to your employer benefits person and have them fill out and sign their portion. You then need to take that form to your local Social Security department and clearly articulate when you want your Part B to start.
What are the different Parts of Medicare?
Part A. Covers inpatient hospitalization, skilled nursing, home health services, and hospice.
Part B. Covers medical procedures and tests, doctors’ appointments, ER visits, preventive services, and durable medical equipment, to name a few.
Part C. Also referred to as Medicare Advantage. 
Part D. The Rx or Prescription drug plan.

These plans come individually or included with a Medicare Advantage plan.
What are the Medicare deductibles for 2022?
A Medicare deductible is the amount you are responsible for before Medicare pays its 20%. These deductibles are annual.

Part A Hospital deductible is $1,556. 
Part B Medical deductible is $233 annually. 
Part D Prescription Plan deductible is $480. This deductible will vary among carriers and programs; however, it can not exceed $480 and typically does not apply to generic medicines.
What are my Medicare coverage options?
This is the core of what we do for you. At Active Medicare Solutions, we educate you on all of your options:

Medicare only + Part D Prescription Drug Plan (PDP)
Medicare + Medicare Supplement / Medigap+ Part D (PDP)
Medicare Advantage / Part C

Click below to learn what's included in these coverage options.

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Henrico, VA 23233
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