Medicare for Dummies

May 7, 2020

Don’t be taken in by the title of this article; we are not implying that you are a dummy in any way. In fact, we are certain that you are an intelligent and savvy individual out to make sense of a confusing and poorly documented government health insurance program. With that said, here are the [...]

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Medicare for Disability

March 28, 2020

If you receive Social Security Disability benefits, you are eligible for Medicare coverage after 24 months of payment. The 24 month period begins from the date you first became entitled to Social Security Disability. If you are unsure of your entitlement date, it is found on the first award letter you received from Social Security. [...]

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Medicare Part D: Extra Help with Drug Plan Costs

March 18, 2020

If you are one of the fortunate that has deciphered Medicare Part D and enrolled in a plan, you should apply for the extra help. The “Extra Help” is a subsidy Social Security will place on your record if you qualify. When you qualify for the extra help your out-of-pocket expenses will be greatly reduced. [...]

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Paying too Much for Medicare?

February 27, 2020

Medicare coverage can be very expensive. Premiums for Medicare Part B are $88.50 per month in 2006. If you sign up for Medicare Part D your premiums can cost $35.00 per month or more depending on the plan you choose. Not only do you have to pay these premiums for Medicare, but they go up [...]

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