Tips About Medicare Part D Plan Costs and Coverage

Information to help you compare costs and coverage among Medicare Part D plan offerings.

Article: Medicare Part D-ifferences in 2020

Open Enrollment is the time to choose a prescription drug plan that fits your current medication needs and budget. Even if you think your plan is working well for you, it’s always a good idea to make sure you’re getting the best value for your do ...

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Video: Four Rules of the Road

Four simple rules to follow when choosing a Medicare plan with Part D prescription drug coverage, including looking at your Medicare plan premium, your prescription drug costs and copays, and the pharmacy network that’s right for you. ...

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Article: Avoiding the Medicare Part D Coverage Gap

In a standard Medicare Part D plan, the third stage of coverage is the Coverage Gap (also known as the “Donut Hole”). During this time you will pay more for your brand-name and generic medications. You’ll want to avoid entering the Gap, or at l ...

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Article: What Are Medicare TrOOP Costs?

If you’re thinking about enrolling in a Medicare Part D plan, it’s likely you’ve heard the term “out-of-pocket,” which refers to the Part D expenses that aren’t reimbursed by insurance.

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Article: Breaking Down Medicare Part D

All Medicare Part D plans are designed with four stages of coverage. You move from one stage to the next based on what you and your plan spend for your prescription drugs. Medicare sets the limits for each stage every year. It’s important to understand how the stages work and what you will pay out of pocket each year.

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Article: Avoid Medicare Penalties

If you don’t enroll when you become eligible, you may pay more. And Medicare late-enrollment penalties are not a one-time charge. Here some tips for avoiding these penalties.

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