Category: Gap Coverage

How to Evaluate a Healthcare Plan

Medicare offers many plan options that can make choosing a plan very complicated. In evaluating these choices, however, there are several very clear objectives to keep in mind that should simplify your decisions.


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Still Working at 65? Guidelines For Transitioning to Medicare

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.*


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Healthcare Reform and Medicare: Navigating a Changing Landscape

The Affordable Care Act and Medicare Part D

Confused about how healthcare reform will impact your Medicare coverage? You’re not alone. According to our 2013 survey, many retirees have misconceptions about reform and Medicare. These misconceptions could lead to low Medicare enrollment and poor health decisions.

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Seeking Value: Looking Beyond Medicare Part D Premiums

Four simple rules for choosing the right plan for you

When choosing a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP), you might assume that a low premium (the monthly amount you pay for the plan) equals a “good deal.” While it’s easy to compare premiums, there is much more to consider. To learn more about four simple rules of the road to keep in mind as you do your research, please watch this video. (more…)

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