Medicare is easy as 1, 2, 3

Medicare is the national health care program for anyone 65 and up or with qualifying disabilities. Once you become eligible, you have a couple of choices to make.

  1. Go the Original Medicare route, starting with Part A then adding whatever else you’d like à la carte (for additional premiums): Part B + Part D + Medigap Plan
  2. Go the Medicare Advantage route, which bundles all your coverage into one package. That includes at least Part A and Part B, most likely Part D, and perhaps additional perks like vision, dental, hearing, and fitness memberships.

Which route should I take?

It depends on your health goals and what you’d like out of your health plan. Luckily, you don’t have to decide on your own.

Fill out the form and a qualified agent will help you navigate which choices are best for your situation.

 

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