Every day, thousands of Medicare-age beneficiaries are facing a decision. The decision is when to sign up for Part B. Not knowing when or signing up too late could have costly consequences. Those consequences hit you in your wallet or purse. For life. You don’t want that to happen, do you? In this article, we discuss the Part B enrollment periods and mistakes when signing up for Medicare Part B. First, we discuss when to enroll in Part B.
Medicare is serious stuff. If you are reading this article, you are likely enrolling in Medicare for the first time. For years, your employer has provided access to major medical group insurance. Medicare has its own set of rules and regulations. It’s different. One trip up, and you could face a lifetime of penalties and higher costs. In this article, we discuss 5 mistakes Medicare beneficiaries make when they enroll in Medicare. After reading this article, Medicare and potential pitfalls will be more clear.
We want to stress potential pitfalls. As we always say, the best solution is the one which meets YOUR needs and situation.
In April 2018, the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) started mailing new Medicare cards to beneficiaries. The new Medicare card program ends in April 2019. Likely, you have not received your new Medicare card yet. It will have a different look and feel than the one you have been carrying around in your wallet or purse over the last several years. What has changed and why is this important? That is what we discuss today. In this article, we discuss the 10 things you need to know about your new Medicare card.
However, that is rarely true.
Medicare and nearly all Medicare Advantage and supplement plans do not cover dental needs. If they do, they usually cover preventative care only, like cleanings.
What will you do about fillings, bridges, and crowns? Or, even a cavity?