When Does the Medicare Deductible Reset?

The Medicare deductible is based on each calendar year, meaning that it lasts from January 1-December 31, and then it resets for the new year. There is a way to avoid paying Medicare deductibles, which is to have a Medicare Supplement – also called a Medigap plan.

When Does Medicare Start?

Your Medicare coverage officially starts on the first day of the month you turn 65. There is some preparation to do before you turn 65, though.

Will Medicare Pay for a Lift Chair?

Medicare does pay for different kinds of durable medical equipment (DME) in different ways. For example, you may need to rent the lift chair, you may need to buy it, or you may be able to choose whether you rent or buy it.

The 5 Most Common Scams and Frauds of 2018 That Seniors Should Know About

There are so many scams going on these days that it’s tough to figure out what’s real and who’s just out to get your money or personal information. Scams seem to be more sophisticated than ever! We did some research to sort out the most common scams and frauds of 2018.

Do I Need to Do Anything With My Medicare Supplement Plan?

For Medicare Supplements, there is no annual enrollment! Your renewal date for your Medicare Supplement could be any time of the year. So, what do you need to do when your renewal month comes around, if anything?