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.
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Medicare is easy as 1, 2, 3
Once you become eligible for Medicare, you have a couple choices to make.
- 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
- Go the Medicare Advantage route, which bundles all your coverage into one package, including at least Part A and Part B, most likely Part D, and additional perks like vision, dental, hearing, and fitness memberships. Over half of people enrolled in Medicare Advantage pay no additional premium for their plan, other than the Part B premium.
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