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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Coordinating your benefits made simple
Having more than one source of healthcare coverage after you turn 65 is good. Knowing which source will pay your healthcare expenses first is better. Is it Medicare? Medicaid? Your employer’s health plan? Something else? (more…)
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Choosing the right Part D plan from the start
For most Americans, Medicare eligibility begins at age 65. So if you’re nearing or at that age, now is the time to consider what your future healthcare needs will be. (more…)
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