Turning 65? We Can Help You Choose the Right Medicare Route

Here’s What You Need To Know About Medicare Plans

Choosing the right Medicare plan is a big decision, particularly if you won’t have retiree coverage under an employer-sponsored plan. Medicare is complex and can be quite confusing. So making the right choice for your budget and health needs is as important as your decision when to retire. This article will help make it easier to arrive at a decision.


Avoiding Medicare Penalties

Follow Some Simple Rules to Make Your Medicare Experience Risk Free

No one likes to pay more for a product or service than necessary, especially if it can be avoided. The same principle applies to Medicare. If you don’t enroll when you become eligible, you may pay more. And Medicare late-enrollment penalties are not a one-time charge. They can raise your monthly premium(s) for years or possibly for life. Here are a few important rules to help you avoid these additional penalty charges.


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Medicare Guidelines For Employees At 65

The Steps to Planning for Medicare

U.S. citizens and legal residents who have  been in the U.S. for at least 5 consecutive years become eligible for Medicare at age 65, unless they’re disabled. In cases of disability, a citizen or legal resident under 65 qualifies automatically for Medicare Part A and Part B after receiving Social Security or certain Railroad Retirement Board disability benefits for 2 years.*


Moving Your Plan When You’re on the Move

What You Need to Know About Your Coverage When You Relocate

There are many things to think about when you’re moving, such as finding a new home or adjusting to a new neighborhood. Finding a new Medicare Part D plan might be overlooked. Whether you’re moving to a new state or a snowbird that migrates to a warmer climate during the colder months, it’s important to know how relocating can affect your Medicare Part D coverage.

Medicare Star Ratings Simplify Plan Selection

Choosing the Right Medicare Part D Plan

Finding a plan that best suits your health and financial needs is only part of the equation when choosing Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage. It’s important to select a plan that you can trust ― one that will support your treatment plan, and help make the management of your prescription medications safer, easier and more affordable.

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Saving Money by Using a Preferred Pharmacy

Finding Cost Savings by Choosing the Right Pharmacy

When you enroll in a Medicare Part D plan, the plan will offer a network of pharmacies where you can fill your prescriptions. Plans partner with many different types of pharmacies — independent community pharmacies, chain drug stores, grocery stores and major retailers — to offer enrollees choice and convenience when filling a prescription. (more…)

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