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Understanding Medicare Part B
The Medicare program started more than 50 years ago as a government-supported health insurance provider, and enabled millions of seniors and other Americans to receive critical medical benefits at affordable costs.
What Questions Should I Ask About Medicare?
When looking for Medicare, it is important to ask the right questions—both of yourself and your insurance agent. Health insurance is one of the most important forms of insurance, and the wrong policy can leave gaps in your coverage. What Coverage is Provided?
Did You Know This About Oral Hygiene?
You’ve heard the drill from your dentist (no, not the drill that hurts your teeth!): brush twice a day, floss once per day, limit your sugar intake and replace your toothbrush every three months. While it may sound a bit like a lecture, taking care of your teeth is no joke.
How Does Medicare Part D Work?
Medicare Part D is coverage that can help you pay for prescription drugs if needed, and drug coverage can be beneficial even if you don’t currently require any medications. Late enrollment is an option due to a late fee requirement. There are two ways you can typically get coverage that will be covered here.
Who Needs Medicare Supplement Coverage?
If you have Medicare, you may wonder whether or not you need supplemental coverage. Supplemental insurance coverage is available through a Medicare supplement insurance policy known as Medigap. Medigap is not a required coverage, but it can help provide additional support for costs not covered by your primary form of Medicare.