Medicare

Medicare Plans

Medicare Advantage Plans

For people who are either very healthy, or have limited income, Advantage plans (also called Part C) are a popular way to limit the cost of medical expenses for Boomers.

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Arm yourself with up to date knowledge on current Advantage plans available to you. Know the pros/cons with other options before you make your decision.

Medicare Supplements

For Boomers who expect their medical expenses to be high, or who have a secure income in retirement, adding a “Medigap” supplement is the preferred way to go. With Plan F, ALL medical and hospital costs are paid 100% with NO out of pocket risk. (Other Plans, such as N or G, cost less but have some co-pays or deductibles.)

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Arm yourself with up to date knowledge on all your options for getting a supplement that covers all or part of the 20% that original Medicare does not cover.

Prescription Drug Plans

For some, drug costs outweigh doctor bills — and having a good prescription drug plan is essential. As soon as a person begins Medicare Part A (hospital) and Part B (doctors), they need to also have a prescription drug plan in place, either through MAPD or through a separate Part D drug plan.

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Learn the rules and penalties for having prescription drug coverage as a 65+ Boomer. Learn how to have your Part D managed for you at no cost with overwhelming concierge service.