For decades, the gold standard for retirement age was 65. But in the last several years, we’ve seen the retirement age inch up with many folks working past 65. Now, 20 percent of Americans age 65 and older are participating in the workforce—the highest rate in nearly six decades. Some of this is due to […]
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While there are many benefits to having Traditional Medicare, the few disadvantages come in the form of late penalties. Traditional Medicare consists of two parts, Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B. Part A benefits are your hospital benefits and covers any treatment given during hospitalization. Part B consists of coverage for doctor’s office visits, […]
It’s Medicare open enrollment period starting October 15 and through December 7, 2019. Your chance to change coverage (Medicare plans) if you want. Medicare Part C plans, known as Medicare Advantage plans are private health insurance plans, mainly HMOs and PPOs, for people enrolled in Medicare. If you enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan, you […]
What: Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) Also known as the Annual Election Period or Medicare Open Enrollment When: October 15 through December 7, 2019 Medicare beneficiaries have one guaranteed chance to make changes to their Medicare enrollment each year — the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period from October 15th through December 7th. During this period, you […]
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