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Medicare Advantage

A Brief Overview of Medicare Eligibility for Each Part

Since signed into law in 1965, Medicare, the federally-sponsored health benefits program for citizens aged 65 and older, has been a great option for many. If you worked and paid into Social Security taxes for at least 10 years, you are entitled to Medicare Part A benefits for little or no cost.  The other parts of Medicare…Part …

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How to Choose a Medicare Plan That Works for You

How to Choose a Medicare Plan That Works for You The time we all dread is coming. Open enrollment season for Medicare begins October 15th. With so many options available, choosing the best one can be challenging. That’s why we’re here to make it easy on you. We’re going to break down how to choose a …

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What Is Medicare AEP (Annual Election Period) and What Does It Mean for Me?

Are you about to turn 65 or have a newly-diagnosed disability that allows you to qualify for Medicare? Are you over 65, have your own insurance, but are considering switching to Medicare? If so, there are a lot of options out there to consider, and a number of important choices for you to make about …

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Medicare Part D in Milton, Florida: A Brief Guide

More than 70% of Medicare beneficiaries enroll in Medicare Part D – a prescription drug plan. If you are enrolled in Original Medicare, Medicare Part D plans are provided by a private insurer. If you are a Medicare Advantage member, Part D is included with your plan. If you have questions about Medicare Part D enrollment, this article will provide you …

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The A, B, C and D’s of Medicare and What They Mean for You

About 59 million people currently rely on Medicare. And that number is expected to increase to almost 80 million in the next 10 years. If you or someone you care for is part of that group, you can start learning more about Medicare today. The more you know about your Medicare benefits, the easier it will be …

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Is There a Medicare Out-Of-Pocket Maximum Amount?

59 million people in the U.S. are enrolled in Medicare, the federal health insurance program for people 65 and older. Interestingly, only one in 10 people rely exclusively on Medicare for health coverage. Most have a supplemental policy. One of the biggest reasons for that is cost, specifically the additional costs that Medicare recipients must bear. We’ll …

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