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Medicare FAQs

5 Important things to know about Medicare

What is Medicare? MEDICARE 101

 I am about to turn 65, and I am confused about my options, what do I do? Call or email us for a free consultation. Call 508-366-9298 or email  CONTACT US

I am currently on Medicare, and I’m not sure if I am on the best plan. What do I do?

Call or email us for a free consultation. Call 508-366-9298 or email  CONTACT US

 

What states are you licensed in?

Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island & Florida

 

How do you get paid if Medicare consultations are free to me? 

Insurance carriers commonly use agents and brokers as essential to their marketing and sales distribution channels. The insurance carriers we represent pay us to represent their products. As the consumer, you pay nothing additional for your chosen products because you work with an agent.

How will I know if there are any changes to my Medicare plan?

People in a Medicare health or prescription drug plan should always review the materials their plans send them, like the "Evidence of Coverage" (EOC) and "Annual Notice of Change" ANOC . The ANOC should be sent to you at the beginning of October for the following year. If there are changes to your plan, you should ensure your needs are still being met for the following year. Please do not hesitate to call or email us to schedule a free consultation to review your current plan, 508-366-9298 or email  CONTACT US. You don't need to do anything if you’re satisfied that your current plan will meet your needs for next year, and it’s still being offered. 

 

What are the Medicare Enrollment Periods?  Medicare Enrollment Periods 

 

How much will Medicare cost me? Medicare Costs

 

Do I need a 1095-B when filing my taxes if I am on Medicare? Information on 1095-B and Medicare

 

Can you tell me what plan I should or shouldn’t buy?

Our consultation educates you on the available plans based on your specific needs. You ultimately have to decide what plan is most appropriate for you. Our clients consider plan and network flexibility, access to providers, and prescription drug costs when assessing the appropriate plans for them.

 

I’m about to turn 65, what should I do? Medicare Fact Sheet 

 

I’m working past age 65, do I have to sign up for Medicare?  Working Past 65

 

What is covered with Medicare? Medicare Coverage

Are there assistance programs to help me afford my premiums and prescription drugs? There are Medicare Savings Program and Prescription Drug Assistance Programs.

 

Are there other Prescription programs that can save me money? Good RX and Cost Plus Drugs

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