If you continue working past age 65 when you become eligible, you may have the option to keep your group health insurance and enroll in Medicare as well. In this case, there may be some confusion over how the two plans will work together.
It’s a new year and if some time has passed since you heard from your Medicare plan you may be wondering if there’s anything you need to do to keep your coverage.
If you’re nearing the age of 65, it’s time to start thinking seriously about Medicare. Making a plan early could save you a lot of trouble later on. As your initial enrollment period approaches it’s important to know if you will be enrolled automatically into Medicare, or if you need to enroll yourself.
When it comes to choosing the best Medicare plan for you for the first time, it’s important to plan ahead. An individual turning 65 can begin enrolling in Medicare three months before their birthday. This is known as an Initial Enrollment Period and it includes your...
There may come a time when you realize the Medicare plan you are enrolled in doesn’t fit your needs. That’s OK! The best time to make a switch is during the Medicare annual enrollment period from October 15 to December 7.