Are you currently enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan or are you thinking of joining a Medicare Advantage Plan? Here are the top questions we receive about Medicare Advantage Plans and what you need … [Read more...] about Frequently Asked Questions About Medicare Advantage Plans
The health of your mouth, teeth and gums can greatly affect your overall health and wellbeing. Therefore, maintaining oral and dental health is increasingly important. For seniors, having affordable … [Read more...] about Dental Coverage for Medicare Recipients
For most people, the earliest you may start your Medicare is the first day of the month you turn 65. But the information gathering process starts long before that. Your research will likely begin … [Read more...] about Where to Find Medicare Information Meetings in Minnesota
Whether you’re new to Medicare or have been enrolled for years, figuring out when you’re able to enroll or make changes to your plan can be difficult. There is a set timeframe for when you’re first … [Read more...] about What Are Medicare Election Periods?
Diabetes currently affects more than 3.3 million Medicare beneficiaries. Medicare Part D changes, specifically Insulin coverage and related expenses, are about to change. What does this mean for you? … [Read more...] about Insulin Coverage Through Medicare Part D
Medicare plans and options can be difficult to decipher on your own. As deadlines near, the pressure to choose can be overwhelming. Eliminate the stress of Medicare selection and enrollment with the … [Read more...] about How to Find a Medicare Insurance Broker in Minneapolis
Prescription drug costs can be a significant out-of-pocket expense. However, you may be eligible for a government program that helps pay for Medicare Part D prescription drug costs. In this blog, … [Read more...] about What is Low Income Subsidy for Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage?
Choosing a Medicare plan isn’t easy. There are an almost endless number of options and it can be confusing to understand your options. When comparing plans, follow these guidelines from Medicare.gov … [Read more...] about What to Consider When Comparing Medicare Plans
Each fall, everyone who is in a Medicare plan will receive an important document in the mail – a Plan Annual Notice of Change. What is a Plan Annual Notice of Change (ANOC)? An ANOC is a Plan Annual … [Read more...] about How to Get Info About Plan Annual Notice of Change in 2020
If you currently have Medicare Part A and are thinking of fully transitioning to Medicare, you may be wondering what you need to do to apply for Medicare Part B. With the current pandemic, there have … [Read more...] about How to Apply Online for Medicare Part B During a Special Enrollment Period
Navigating Medicare on your own is overwhelming and confusing. That’s why many people use the services of a Medicare insurance broker when it’s time for them to sign up for Medicare. What is a … [Read more...] about How to Choose a Medicare Insurance Broker
As you turn 65, if you’re still working you may be able to stay on your employer insurance. For many people in this position, they may not know if it’s better to keep their current insurance or switch … [Read more...] about Is Medicare Better Than Employer Insurance?
If you have Medicare Part D or other drug coverage, drug costs can be a concern. One way to save money on prescription drug costs is to know the difference between preferred and standard … [Read more...] about What’s the Difference Between Preferred and Standard Drug Costs?
During these uncertain times, it can be very nerve-wracking not knowing if you can receive care if you need it. Many private practices are closed, but still offering care via the phone, computer and … [Read more...] about How to Use Telehealth Services Through Medicare
One question we are asked consistently is, “What do I have to do if I will continue working past my 65th birthday?” For many Americans, they’re not ready or able to retire at 65 and want to continue … [Read more...] about Do I Have to Sign Up for Medicare if I Don’t Retire at 65?