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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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Understanding Medicare Drug Coverage
Most people know when they sign up for Medicare that they need Part D to cover their prescription drugs. You can add a stand-alone Part D plan to original Medicare A and B, or you can sign up for a Part C Medicare Advantage plan that includes Part D. But there are...
What Do Medicare’s Star Ratings Mean
Every fall the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) releases its Star Ratings for Medicare Advantage and Part D plans. This timeline coincides with Medicare’s Annual Open Enrollment period when you are making decisions about your healthcare coverage for...
Medicare Enrollment Periods and Special Circumstances
Medicare has a number of different enrollment periods, each serving a different purpose, and each with its own set of rules and timelines. You may be familiar with the enrollment period when you first turn 65, but you may not be aware of Medicare’s Special...
Why You Should Choose a Local Texas Medicare Agent
Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is upon us. This is the time period, from October 15 – December 7, when you have the opportunity to make changes to your Medicare coverage. During AEP you can: Change from one Medicare Advantage plan to another Switch from...
What Happens to Your Medicare Coverage If You Return to Work?
It is not uncommon for people who have retired from the workforce, to change their minds and go back to work. This can be for a variety of reasons. Maybe they found they missed the sense of purpose that work gave them. Some return to work for financial reasons,...
Health Insurance Options When Your Spouse Enrolls in Medicare
What happens when your spouse is approaching 65 and they decide to retire and enroll in Medicare? If you are covered under their employer-based health insurance and are not yet 65 yourself, where will you get coverage? You have several options to consider, and it’s...