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The Fact Is - This is a common question asked by seniors about to turn 65, especially if they are still working. Not knowing the answer to this question as it specifically relates to your situation could cost you some money.
Please be aware that there isn't one correct answer to the question above. In order to get a better idea of what you should do, ask yourself the following questions:
Navigating the Medicare maze can be overwhelming for beneficiaries. Usually, people qualify for Medicare at age 65 and are automatically signed up if they're receiving Social Security payments, unless they take steps to opt out.
Original Medicare comes in two parts - (Part A and Part B). Part A covers a portion of hospitalization expenses and Part B applies to doctor bills and other medical expenses, such as lab tests and some preventive screenings. But some seniors may find better value ....
Let’s take a close look at Medicare Supplement Plans also known as (Medigap) plans and review costs and coverage in easy to understand language. As you read on you’ll begin to understand the differences in coverage that each supplement plan letter offers. You’ll also have the opportunity to get real time online quotes and side by side comparisons for each plan offered in your area.
Before we get started it's important to know the difference between the parts of Medicare and Medicare Supplement Plan Letters.
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