Medicare

Medicare is a topic that concerns many of us who live in the United States. Here you will find tips, updates, and more.

2 years ago

What Will Medicare Look Like in a Post-Covid World?

The coronavirus has changed many things in the world, healthcare and Medicare included. But what will Medicare look like in a post-Covid world? Well, there are some changes we’ve noticed, including increased access to telemedicine…

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2 years ago

3 Tips to De-Stress your Journey into the Medicare System

If you’re turning 65 in the next 12 months, I surely don’t have to tell you what your mailbox likely looks like! The mailers and post cards are piled high in some bin to get to later, when you know you have to sit down and think about Medicare…

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2 years ago

The 4 Golden Rules to Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period

With October right around the corner, it’s time to start preparing for Medicare’s Annual Election Period (AEP), also known as Medicare Open Enrollment, which runs from October 15th to December 7th. It’s important for beneficiaries to gather…

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2 years ago

A Guide to Medicare, Medicaid, Medigap and Long-Term Care Insurance

The cost of medical care can be financially crippling for many Americans. This is one reason why many people experience extreme stress thinking about how they will be able to afford necessary medical care…

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2 years ago

Navigating Medicare and Employer-Provided Health Insurance Plans

With open enrollment approaching, it’s important that those who are still working and are eligible for Medicare have a solid grasp on health insurance options and are able to make an educated decision on which plans…

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3 years ago

Mark Your Calendars: 3 Medicare Enrollment Periods You Shouldn’t Miss

As you embark on the journey beyond 60, or if you’ve already crossed that threshold into your golden years, one of the things you have to begin thinking about in regard to your health and finances is Medicare…

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3 years ago

What You Need to Know About Covid-19, Retirement, and Medicare

Medicare, in any given “normal” year, is confusing. 2020 has brought about so much, and we are only nearing the half-way mark. At our firm we never could we have imagined that we would be seeing so many people struggling with…

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3 years ago

Avoid These 5 Common Medicare Snafus!

Boy, if people would just check in with us at age 64.5, life could be a lot easier for new Medicare beneficiaries! Though we try all we can to keep people out of trouble…

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3 years ago

5 Surprising Things I’ve Learned About Medicare (#3 Sound Familiar?)

When you work and live in the space of any profession – day in and day out – you tend to learn your craft pretty well! That’s how it is with me and my team when it comes to Medicare…

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3 years ago

Medicare Made Simple: 2 Tips That Can Save You from Going Blindly into Medicare After 60

Mrs. Smith calls, and during the course of our conversation conveys her goals related to her new Medicare health insurance: (1) to retain control over choosing her own doctors…

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