Category: Transitioning to Part D
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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What you need to know before you retire
Congratulations, you’re about to turn 65 and become eligible for Medicare! Now what? (more…)
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Here’s what to do when your employer drops your Medicare coverage
Change is never easy, especially when it comes to health benefits. However, with change comes the opportunity to get a benefit that better fits your needs and potentially saves you money. (more…)
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