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The “Medicare.gov” Website

On this website, you are able to access information about whether you are eligible for Medicare and whether you get Medicare automatically. You also learn your Medicare coverage choices and how Medicare works with other insurance. You can Medicare online through the social security’s website, sign up for a change on your Medicare coverage (which includes your Medicare Advantage Plan i.e. Part C or Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage i.e. Part D), find and compare drug plans, health plans, and Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) policies, and check your Current or future Medicare enrollment.

Always Review Your Medicare Plan

I write this post today because of a meeting I had with a person today that has had the same Medicare plan for several years now. The problem is that the plan is completely obsolete in todays market. In a sense, she has been paying for a plan that has cost a lot of money with a prescription plan that is not even considered credible by the CMS (the government).

Today Is My 56th Birthday!

I try to make at least one blog post every week but sometimes it is hard coming up with a topic. So today I will make the topic gratitude. I once heard that looking back on your blessings is refreshing and renewing. Although I have had some difficult times in my life,...

Do You Have Questions About Medicare?

I get a few calls a month from people getting ready to go on Medicare for the first time that know little or nothing about Medicare. It is very important that you really know what you have and the benefits you receive so you can plan for your healthcare coverage. There are a lot of options and all plans do not work for all people.

HMO, PPO or Medicare Supplement?

I know I have written on this topic many times in the past but I decided to write this post because I get the quest almost every week at least once.

A Memorial Day Poem

I found this poem today when reflecting on those that lost their lives so we could live the American Dream. Poem about soldiers who lost their lives in World War I by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae on May 3, 1915 In Flanders Field In Flanders fields the poppies blow ...

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Starting mid-August, you will likely begin to receive notices regarding changes in your Medicare coverage.
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