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What Is A Medicare Supplement?

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 9, 2017 5:21:05 PM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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Medicare Parts A and B provide coverage for your hospital and provider services. However, if you only have Parts A and B, you will be responsible for some significant deductibles and copays. Most Medicare beneficiaries have some sort of additional coverage to help with these costs.

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Should I Be Concerned About Medicare Part B Excess Charges?

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 9, 2017 4:24:12 PM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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If you have decided you want a Medicare Supplement, you have most likely been researching the difference between the standardized plans. One of the differences between them is the Excess Charge coverage.

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What makes Medicare Select Plans different?

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 9, 2017 4:04:41 PM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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A Medicare Select Plan is a Medicare Supplement plan with one variation. 

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How do I find the right Medicare Part D plan?

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 9, 2017 1:17:56 PM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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Although Part D is associated with Medicare, the way it works and the way you enroll is different from Parts A and B. 

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Do I Need A Medicare Part D Penalty Calculator?

[fa icon='calendar'] Apr 9, 2017 1:09:08 PM / by Stephanie Pogue posted in Medicare

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Often people enroll in a Part D prescription plan when they first become eligible for Medicare. Usually, the only reason not to enroll at that time is if you continue to work and/or have coverage through your employer.  There is no penalty if you decide to continue working and enroll in Part D when your “credible coverage” ends.

However, sometimes people who are not taking any medications want to delay their Part D enrollment to save money on the Part D premium each month. 

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