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Medicare Insurance Savings Programs
Many of our clients qualify for Medicare Savings Programs. These programs pay for the Medicare Part A deductible, Part B deductible, Part B Co-Insurance, and Part B Premium.
If your income is within limits set by the Social Security Administration, we can assist in lowering monthly premiums, annual deductibles, and co-payments to your Part D plan. This program has several names including Extra Help and Low Income Subsidy (LIS).
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Beware of Medicare Call Center Tactics and Scams
Like most seniors, you were probably inundated with information about Medicare during fall Annual Enrollment Period (AEP). You may think that now AEP is over, you are in the clear for a while – unfortunately, that’s not the case. Many seniors are still being targeted...
Do I Qualify for Medicare?
If you find yourself asking this question you are not alone in trying to understand Medicare’s eligibility rules. Eligibility for Medicare is usually determined by age or by disability. In either case, there are some basic requirements that must be met. You are...
Low Income Subsidy Can Help Pay Prescription Costs
If you are like many seniors, you are finding your retirement budget is not keeping up with the cost of living. It is making it more difficult to cover expenses, including those out-of-pocket costs for your prescription drugs. There is help available to those who...
What Happens to Your Medicare Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan If You Lose Medicaid Eligibility?
The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) will expire on May 11, 2023. This could affect millions of people currently enrolled in Medicaid. If you are a Medicaid recipient currently enrolled in a Medicare Dual-Eligible Special Needs plan (D-SNP), it may impact your...
Medicare Open Enrollment vs. Medicare Annual Enrollment. What’s the Difference?
Everyone with a Medicare Advantage plan has two opportunities to change plans each year: during Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period and Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period. What’s the difference? Although they do have some things in common, the enrollment timeframes and...
Why You Should Consult with an Agent Even if You Already Have a Medicare Plan
Medicare’s annual open enrollment period ends on December 7. This is an important opportunity for Medicare enrollees. Unfortunately, many Medicare beneficiaries don’t take advantage of it, and as a result, they could be stuck in plans that cost too much or that don’t...