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Let me apologize for the delay between posts the last 2 weeks.
Now we come to the next alternative part of Medicare, the Prescription Drug coverage or Part D.
If you already don’t know, you have between October 15th and December 7th to....
Well, it's that time of the year when those of us having any type of Medicare insurance should take some time to look at our medical and financial situations.
Part C or Medicare Advantage or MA, is at it's most basic structure a replacement for Original Medicare Part A and B. It is a type of Medicare health plan....
In my ALTERNATIVES posting I said I would name what those options are - and I will - but it gets quite complicated, so I'll go slow
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Although Original Medicare is the normal minimum coverage that most seniors live with it is not the end of the options available.
Have you given any thought as to whether Original Medicare is enough to provide you with sufficient health coverage for the rest of your life?.
This is just for anyone who might be interested in knowing some things about me personally and why I'm doing this.
Your individual circumstances play a significant role in deciding whether or not to enroll in Part A and/or Part B Medicare.
When you're first eligible for Medicare at 65, you have a 7-month Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) to sign up for Part A and Part B.
Part B is the other half of Original Medicare, which is the coverage for most professional services.
Okay, let's take a look at the specifics of Part A
Original Medicare is somewhat automatic when a person reaches the age of 65, but not in all cases. Let's explore.
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Hello and Welcome to my new blog TalkingMedicare where I hope to discuss Medicare Insurance issues and options as they pertain to many of us Seniors.