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Is Basic Medicare Coverage Enough for my Parents?

Caring for aging parents comes with plenty of challenges on its own. The last thing you want to worry about is your parents’ health insurance needs. Finding the right plan, though, isn’t always as simple as it sounds. Whether your parents are facing medical complications, transitioning to a nursing home, or simply needing help navigating […]
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Tips to Avoid Medicare Fraud During the Annual Enrollment Period

Medicare fraud is an unfortunate reality in the world today. Millions of dollars are lost every year from Medicare scams, and these scams can wreak havoc on the lives of individuals. Those who dismiss the possibility that they could fall victim are at the highest risk. It’s important to stay vigilant, discuss sensitive information only […]
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Medicare Annual Enrollment Period Is Here

If you’re over 65, we’ve entered the season when your mailbox begins to fill up with advertisements from Medicare Plan carriers wanting to show you the many wonderful benefits they have to offer for the upcoming year. While this can be overwhelming, if not annoying, it does provide you reminders of a couple things: Medicare […]
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Can Caregivers Help a Loved One Enroll in Medicare?

As caregivers, we become resources for our loved one in so many ways. Often, as our loved ones age, their healthcare becomes more complicated and staying on top of their Medicare coverage becomes crucial. Caregivers are a lifeline to help beneficiaries navigate their Medicare enrollment and benefits each year.  If you're wondering where to start […]
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4 Tips for Relocating After Retirement

So, you're thinking about relocating when you retire – congratulations! If you're planning on making moves after 65, here are five tips to help you get organized: 1. Take your time, plan ahead, and don't rush into decisions. If you're considering a relocation after retirement, you're undoubtedly excited about the prospect of beginning your new […]
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What To Do If You Have Medicare & Lose Medicaid Eligibility

Medicaid programs are administered by each state to ensure low-income individuals and families have the health coverage they need. Some beneficiaries qualify to be enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid. While seniors 65 and older will always remain eligible for Medicare, it is possible to lose Medicaid eligibility. Many seniors do not know what happens […]
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What is IRMAA & How Can You Avoid Additional Medicare Costs?

If you’re at the age when Medicare is becoming a part of your daily life, you’re probably considering the different options available and their accompanying costs. One of the costs you might encounter is IRMAA – the income related monthly adjustment amount. IRMAA is a surcharge you might incur on your Medicare Part B and […]
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What should I do after receiving Annual Notice of Change?

Every year there are changes made to Medicare Advantage plans. Sometimes these changes will help you, but other times these changes may mean that something you need is no longer covered by your Medicare plan. That’s why it is so important to take note when your Annual Notice of Change arrives in the mail.  In […]
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5 Surprising Facts Most People Don’t Know About Retirement

You've worked your entire life, and now it's time to finally enjoy your retirement years.  We all look forward to retirement, but when this new chapter of life begins, so do new experiences. You might be surprised by what you don’t know about retirement – from social security benefits to retirement age itself.  Don’t stay […]
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5 Tips for Helping Your Parents with Medicare

As our parents age, we often take on more responsibilities to help care for their needs. In this stage of life there can be both great joys as well as new challenges. Taking care of aging parents introduces us to all sorts of new encounters – and one of those is learning how Medicare works.  […]
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