I want you to relax... do not stress.
I know this is a very BIG decision that you have to make I want you to come with a lot of questions and an open mind and let me help break this all down to you in layman terms where you can understand.
In the end, my goal is for you to be able to go home and put your head on your pillow at night and not worry knowing that you just made an educated decision on your healthcare and you are comfortable with your decision.
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When your car breaks down you take it to your mechanic, when you have a toothache you go to your dentist because they are the professionals in their industries. When you have questions or need help with your Medicare, that's my profession. I am the guy that helps guide you through the Medicare Maze. I will educate you so when you are ready to make your decision, you will then make an educated decision that will be best for your needs and for you financially.
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Assuming you have met the work-related eligibility requirements, you may begin enrollment into Medicare 90 days in advance of the month you turn 65
Medicare does not have spousal or dependent coverage. Medicare is individual. If your spouse has reached age eligibility (65), then they can enroll in Medicare of their own accord 90 days in advance of the month they turn 65.
Maybe. If the employer group has 20 eligible employees or more, and you’re going to continue to work, then yes it’s an option. But there are many things to consider.
Part “A” is typically in place, and a paid-up benefit when you turn 65. Part “B” is not, unless you have enrolled in Social Security prior to age 65. If you have not filed to receive Social Security benefits, then you need to proactively enroll in Part “B” benefits and begin paying for them.
Yes. However, you will not have prescription coverage, and you will face unlimited exposure to those costs due to the gaps in Original Medicare.
You usually can. It’s important to be sure your doctor accepts Medicare. Some don’t.
Yes, for up to 100 days, after a required three-day hospital stay.
Part “D” is the Prescription Drug plan Medicare introduced in 2006.
In addition to having a huge gap in coverage, you will likely face a penalty from Medicare. A Part “B” penalty can be 10% of your Part “B” premium for each 12-month period outside of Medicare, and up to 1% of the national average of a Part “D” plan for each month absent Part “D”.
Part “C” is another name for Medicare Advantage. Also named MA, MSA, or MA-PD (when prescriptions are included).
Online at SSA.gov or in person at a local Social Security office.
This is a Medicare term that establishes previous coverage being at least as good as Medicare’s. Typically is in play for Part “D” to avoid penalty.
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