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Working beyond 65

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

If you’re turning 65 but are still working, you’re not alone. Many people are unable – or unwilling – to retire at 65. Can you continue to work and receive Medicare...

Enrolling due to a disability

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

Millions of Americans receive Medicare benefits under the age of 65 due to disability. If you’ve been receiving disability benefits through Social Security or the...

Enrolling due to age

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

If you are getting close to your 65th birthday, now is the time to start thinking about your Medicare options. You’ll have some decisions to make.  Give...

Prescription drugs

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

The high cost of prescription drugs can be a concern for anyone, but Medicare recipients generally spend more money on medications than others. Medicare Part A, Part B, and...

Late Enrollment Penalties

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

Keep your out-of-pocket costs lower by avoiding late enrollment penalties. When you’re first eligible for Medicare but choose to delay Part B and/or Part D benefits, you...

Traveling with Medicare

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

You may be looking forward to traveling during your retirement years. Whether it’s a trip to visit your grandkids in another state. A tour of the national parks. Or a flight...

Pharmacy Costs

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

Stand-alone Prescription Drug Plans (PDPs) and Medicare Advantage plans with prescription drug coverage (MA-PDs) contract with certain retail pharmacies and mail-order...

Referrals and specialists

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

A primary care physician can help detect, diagnose and treat a wide range of illnesses and injuries, but if you have symptoms related to a specific field of medicine, or if...

Choosing your own doctor

By Medicare Benefits - May 4, 2020

The doctor-patient relationship is important. If you’ve built a rapport with a specific physician over time or are in the midst of treatment for a chronic illness, the idea...

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I wish I’d known this before I bought my plan…

Helpful things callers learn from our sales agents

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It’s important that people review their plan each year – because premiums, coverage, and drug costs can change.

Andrew Sivatjian
V.P. of Medicare Sales & Licensed Agent
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It’s always worth remembering that Medicare won’t pay for long term care, or care in a retirement community, nursing home or assisted living community.

Silvia Barrera
Sales Manager & Licensed Agent
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Some callers are surprised by how much they could save if they switched to a new plan.

Mark Laemmert
Medicare Site Leader & Licensed Agent