Will my Medicare Supplement premiums increase?

What is a High-Deductible Plan F?

Can I change my Medicare Supplement Insurance plan?

What are cost-sharing plans?

What is long-term care insurance?

Does Medicare cover dental, vision, and hearing?

Can I get a Medicare Supplement if I have a pre-existing condition?



Can I enroll in Medicare If I am Still Working?

Most employees in all probability ought to enter in Medicare part A, which is free for most people and covers institutional care in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities, as well as certain care given by home health agencies and care provided in hospitals. But ask...
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What is a Health Savings Account (HSA)?

This is an account in which someone who has a high deductible health plan (HDHP) can contribute to on a tax free basis. HSA funds are not taxed as long as they are used to pay for qualified medical expenses. The company you work for may oversee your health savings...
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When should I sign up for Medicare?

Initial Enrollment Period at 65 Years of Retirement Age: The right time for anyone that will not have health coverage from active employment after you turn 65 even if you get retiree benefits or COBRA coverage. The initial enrollment period lasts for seven months,...
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Why Do I Need Medigap Insurance?

Medigap insurance policies or Medicare Supplement Insurance can help pay some of the healthcare costs that original Medicare does not cover. These expenses are copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles under Medicare. Private companies sell Medigap policies, and...
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Does Medicare cover dental, vision, and hearing?

Original Medicare Part A & Part B helps pay for what is defined as, “medically necessary” care. This means care that’s required to diagnose or treat an illness or condition.  Dental and vision care are not seen as medically necessary. Thus, Original Medicare...
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