Understanding the Different Medicare Enrollment Periods

The primary opportunity you have to enroll in Medicare is called the “Medicare Initial Enrollment Period,” or IEP. This is a 7-month window of time. It begins 3 months before you turn 65, your birthday month, and then 3 months after.

What to Do with Medicare When Moving Out of State

Medicare Part A and Part B (Original Medicare) are classified as federal healthcare programs. They do not utilize specific provider networks. What this means for you is that the benefits provided under these plans remain the same.

What to Do When You Need Extra Help with Medicare

Managing your healthcare needs on a tight budget can lead to a lot of stress. When it comes to this problem, you are not alone. Many seniors struggle with increasing prescription drug costs, high deductibles, and very expensive copays.

Do you Have to Sign up for Medicare at 65 if you are Still Working?

Retirement can be an exciting time for many people. Along with retirement comes figuring out what health coverage path to ultimately take. Some people may still be working past retirement age, so it can be confusing.