You’re turning 65 soon and you’ve been barraged by mailings from companies offering you Medicare Supplements, Medicare Advantage Plans, and Medicare Part D – where do you even start? We are here to help you navigate through your options and help you pick the right plan for you.
Remember, there are only certain times when you can enroll in Medicare. Depending on your situation, you may get Medicare automatically, or you’ll need to apply for Medicare. The first time you can enroll is called your Initial Enrollment Period. Your 7-month Initial Enrollment Period usually:
- Begins 3 months before the month you turn 65
- Includes the month you turn 65
- Ends 3 months after the month you turn 65
Our services include the following:
- Medicare Sales Meetings and Education
- Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C of Medicare)
- Part D Prescription Plans
- Medicare Supplement Plans
- Provider Guidance
Click here to get an estimate of when you can enroll in Medicare.
Start Planning Now
If you don’t enroll when you’re first eligible, you may have to pay a Part B late enrollment penalty, and you may have a gap in coverage if you decide you want Part B later.
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