How Many Seniors Get Medicare Open Enrollment Wrong

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Medicare can be hard to navigate, even if you’ve been enrolled for years. As open enrollment approaches – it starts Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7 – you’ll want to pay attention to some of the most common mistakes people make. Not understanding the difference between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage – With Original Medicare, there is typically no premium for Part A coverage if you or your spouse paid Medicaid taxes while you were working. However, you do pay monthly premium for Part B coverage. Also, with Original Medicare, you can usually see any doctor or specialist you…
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Prepare Now for Medicare Open Enrollment

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Oct. 15 is the official start of open enrollment for Medicare and Medicare Advantage and you should take stock of your situation before signing up for your 2017 plan. Before you get started this year on either renewing your plan or opting for a new one, there are steps you can take to make sure that you get the plan that is best for you and that fits your budget and meets your expected medical needs for the year.   Understand the open enrollment period Open enrollment runs from October 15 to Dec. 7, 2015 for Medicare Advantage (Part C)…
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