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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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Medicare Part A and Part B Basics

Medicare A & B Basic Costs Medicare has many moving parts: Part A Part B Part D Medicare Advantage (Part C) Medicare Supplements Original Medicare consist of two types of coverages, Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B, which cover different services, discussed in more detail below. Given that these two separate parts are part …

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What is the Best Medicare Supplement?

The Best Medicare Supplement What makes a Medicare Supplement the best? That’s a really good question and the answer is fairly simple. Let’s start with what a Medicare Supplement is. Medicare Supplements are also called Medigap Plans because they pay the difference between what Medicare pays and what you would be left paying. They fill …

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Medicare Recipient Cost Changes for 2018

Medicare Recipient Cost Changes for 2018 It is that time of year again for the annual change in co-payments for Medicare recipients. So what does that mean exactly for you? That means modest price increases for those Medicare recipients who choose to stick with Original Medicare Part A and Part B. Although the increases are …

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