What Is the Difference Between Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement Plans?

Original Medicare covers many healthcare necessities, such as hospitalization, home health care, doctors’ visits, routine appointments, and more. But there are notable gaps in this coverage, which is why many retirees sign up for Medicare Advantage or Medicare Supplement plans. As you are considering your options, it’s essential that you do your research to understand […]

When Is the Annual Enrollment Period and What Can You Do at That Time?

Every person has a unique Medicare Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) that happens around their 65th birthday. But just because you chose specific Medicare coverage at that time doesn’t mean you are stuck with this plan forever. Every year, an Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is available for people who missed their Initial Enrollment Period or for […]

What Are the “Parts” of Medicare?

As you are researching Medicare coverage, it’s important to understand the different types of plans and the coverage you can expect. Medicare is divided into 4 “Parts”: Medicare Part A – Hospital Coverage The first part of Medicare covers the cost of care in hospital settings. Not only are inpatient services covered under this plan […]

When and How Do You Enroll in Medicare?

 It’s time! You’ve reached retirement age, and Medicare is available. As you prepare for retirement, the best thing you can do is learn about Medicare coverage and the best timeline to sign up for your plan. Here are a few things to consider: Medicare Eligibility: When Does It Happen? US citizens meet Medicare eligibility age […]

Is the Medicare Supplement Plan F Going Away?

The question I get more and more lately is this, “Is the Medicare Supplement/ Medigap Plan F going way?” The answer is Yes and No. Let me explain what is happening to the Plan F and Plan C and what you can do or should consider doing if you have one or think you may […]
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