Right now is an excellent time to re-evaluate your Medicare healthcare plans. Why? You can save money, improve your benefits, and update your plans. Here’s a very simple guide to the 2020 Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) for Medicare.
If you're over 65 and just experienced a rate increase, haven't heard from your agent for a while, or just have questions, we'd love to hear from you. We're always here and happy to help with your Medicare insurance needs.
If you’re ready to sign up for Medicare Part B, you’re probably blocking off an entire day to go to the Social Security office. And you’re not wrong – wait times at the Social Security office are pretty bad. But we have great news! You don’t actually need to go to the Social Security office to sign up for Medicare Part B.
You are not required to sign up for Medicare at age 65, but the question is: should you? If you delay enrollment, there are penalties involved, but delaying can be a good thing if you’re not retired by age 65.