Medicare

The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period: How to Make Changes to Your Plans Now that we are in October, the attention...

When you are turning 65, you most certainly get inundated with information from all different sources – direct mail, phone...

When is the Medicare Open Enrollment Period? The Medicare Open Enrollment period is terminology that many people often use to...

While Medicare does cover much more preventive care than many people realize, original Medicare (Part A and Part B) does...

United Healthcare Plan G: Old Plan, New Company Plan G is an increasingly popular Medigap plan, even more so with...

Medicare Part D – What Is It, How Does It Work and How To Compare Plans Most seniors are either...

Medicare Part B Excess Charges: What Are They and How To Avoid Them? Medicare Part B is the part of...

Wondering whether to make a switch to mail order for your elder’s medications? Wishing you knew if there was really...

One of the superstars of Medigap plans in the last five years has been Medigap Plan G. This plan is...

Doing a Medicare Supplement comparison is a crucial part of a sound financial plan for someone on Medicare. Premium rates...

Preventive care is, without a doubt, a significant factor in your physical well-being. This is also true, maybe even more...

For many years now, the Plan F Medicare Supplement has been the top selling plan. Because of the Medicare Access and...

For years, conventional wisdom in senior insurance said that if you were going to purchase a Medicare Supplement plan, Medigap...

If you are turning 65 and comparing Medicare Supplement or Medigap plans, you will probably ask “do all doctors accept...

Medicare Plan N is one of the 10 standardized Medigap plans that are offered to supplement traditional Medicare. Plan N...

According to the National Alliance for Caregiving, there are over 33 million people in the U.S. who care for an...

Taking care of your vision is about more than just seeing well. It’s about being well. When your eye health...

Every day, about 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 and become eligible for Medicare. Not everyone will sign up, but it’s...

Since over thousands of baby boomers enroll into Medicare every day, it’s important to know the facts about the health...

Americans don’t celebrate it as a holiday, but July 30 is an important historical date in the United States. It...

Medicare, our national social insurance plan for seniors, has been severely disabled since 1964. Compared to individual health insurance plans...

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