Don’t get surprised by fees or anything else after the Medicare AEP. Learn what to do after the Annual Enrollment Period to make sure your coverage is what you need.
It’s time to start thinking about what you want your Medicare coverage to look like next year. Did your current plan change? Did you develop a new health condition and need more coverage? Are you enrolling in Medicare for the first time? No matter your situation, the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) runs from October 15 through December 7. If you used AEP to enroll, your plan became effective on January 1, 2020. By now, you may have realized that there …
Low-cost but high-quality Medicare Advantage plans available in 2020. Get low prices on the best-rated plans. AEP ends December 7!
2020 Medicare changes are HERE. Read about premium changes, new benefits, and when you can sign up for a great new plan. Find out what Trump’s Medicare executive order means for you.
It’s no secret that exercise is healthy, but maybe not always fun. We polled over 1400 people about fitness. Learn our results and how you can stay active!
Don’t miss out on huge savings! Learn about the benefits of having both VA coverage and Medicare.
Many seniors are interested in genetic health testing, and these tests are more accurate and available than ever before. But do the benefits outweigh the risks? Read on to find out!
While you can handle most of your healthcare online, some things are better handled in person. Your local Medicare office may be able to help you enroll in Medicare, get a replacement Medicare card, and more. Medicare offices are usually Social Security offices. If you want to visit a Social Security office near you, visit the SSA website and use their field office locator tool. Click on “Locate An Office By Zip.” Once you enter your zip code and click …
Don’t get stuck with huge dental bills. Learn about Medicare dental coverage so you can get the implants and other care you need.