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Signing Up for Medicare

If you're new to Medicare, you may understandably have a lot of questions about how and when to sign up for Medicare. Most people qualify for Medicare if they are 65 or older. However, ho

Apply for Medicare

If you're new to Medicare and have questions about eligibility or enrollment, you've come to the right place. Medicare is a federal program that provides health coverage for older adults and cer

Do I Need to Renew My Medicare Plan?

In most cases you don't have to renew your Medicare coverage, but it's always a good idea to review your coverage every year to make sure it still fits your needs. This is true whether you are i

Medicare Enrollment Periods

There are certain times when eligible beneficiaries may enroll in the different parts of Medicare. Some Medicare enrollment periods occur during a certain time period on an annual basis, while o

Medicare Fall Open Enrollment

The Open Enrollment Period for both Medicare Advantage and Medicare prescription drug coverage happens annually from October 15 to December 7. This period is also known as Medicare Fall Open Enr

Is Your Medicare Plan Active?

To make sure that you're enrolled in Medicare and that your health insurance coverage begins on time, it's important for you to know when your enrollment period begins and to identify your cover

Getting Medicare Under the Age of 65

Many people think of Medicare as a government health-care program for Americans and legal permanent residents (of at least five continuous years) who are at least 65 years old. But some people q

Medicare Enrollment and Election Periods

Have you ever wanted to make changes to your Medicare coverage or switch plans -- only to realize you couldn't because you were outside of the Fall Open Enrollment? As you may know, Medicare com

Medicare Initial Enrollment Period

If you're new to Medicare, you may be wondering how eligibility and enrollment works. To qualify for Medicare, you must be 65 or older and either a United States citizen or a legal permanent

Medicare Part A and Part B – What’s the Difference?

When you qualify for Medicare, it's usually Medicare Part A and Part B that you're first enrolled in. Medicare Part A and Part B make up Original Medicare. This article explores the differences be

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How Do I Get a Medicare Card

Why do I need a Medicare card? You Medicare card shows that you have Medicare health insurance. You may need to present your Medicare card at hospitals or doctor offices to receive Medicare-co

I’m Turning 65 What Do I Need to Do?

At 65 you may be looking forward to different things: having grandchildren perhaps, possibly retiring from your career, or taking some trip that you’ve dreamed of your whole life. Sixty-five m

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