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Few Days Left for Medicare disenrollment

Medicare beneficiaries unhappy with their Medicare health plans, also known as Medicare Advantage plans, have until Tuesday, February 14, to disenroll. This opportunity to change to original Medicare has been on offer since January 1, when the Medicare Advantage Disenrollment … Continue reading

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2012 Changes And The Impact On Medicare Plans

Medicare has just announced there changes to Medicare deductibles,copay and premiums for 2012.The changes benefit Medicare Beneficiary’s. Medicare Part B deductible has been lowered from $162 to $140.This increases the value of 2 popular Medicare Supplement Plans,or Medigap Plans G … Continue reading

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What is a Medigap Policy

A Medigap policy is health insurance sold by private insurance companies to fill the “gaps” in Original Medicare Plan coverage. Medigap policies,which are also called Medicare Supplement Plans help pay some of the health care costs that the Original Medicare … Continue reading

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Medigap Plans/Medicare Supplement Plans Can Give You Peace Of Mind

As we grow older we come to realize that we will eventually need to deal with health problems and in today’s economy, that can cause some of us financial headaches.  We recommend looking into a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan or … Continue reading

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What is Medigap?

When you have the Original Medicare Plan coverage, you will find it does not provide 100% coverage. You will be required to pay deductibles, co-pays, and co-insurance. While Medicare pays for a lot of health care services, there are still … Continue reading

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When can I apply for Medicare Advantage Plans?

Medicare Advantage Plans are available for the entire calendar year. But you can only join or leave a Medicare Advantage plan during the Initial Enrollment Period, the Annual Election Period, the Open Enrollment Period or a Special Election Period.  Starting … Continue reading

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