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Who Qualifies for Premium-Free Medicare Part A?

Written by Evens Stevenson

There are two main parts of Medicare, A and B. Each of these are components of Original Medicare and provide healthcare coverage to millions of Americans. Each part covers different expenses, but also has different premium amounts. If you’re about to enroll in Medicare, it’s vital that you understand exactly how much you’ll be paying.. More

How to Enroll in Medicare at the Right Time for You

Written by Evens Stevenson

For those who are preparing to enroll in Medicare, there are some important deadlines and enrollment periods to be aware of. By enrolling or not enrolling within certain time frames, you can run the risk of being slapped with various penalties if due dates are missed. Yet, when signing up for this essential health care.. More

Advance Directives, Long-Term Care, and Medicare

Written by Evens Stevenson

Oftentimes, when an individual becomes incapacitated or too ill to speak for oneself, it is difficult for his or her loved ones to determine what type of health care the person would want in various circumstances. There are so many different decisions, and when you’re going through a difficult situation with all of the stress.. More

Medicare Part B: Why Higher Income May Mean Higher Premiums

Written by Evens Stevenson

Medicare provides health care to millions of people across the United States. Its great for giving health care resources to people that wouldn’t be able to afford it without Medicare. The older that we get, the more money we spend at the doctors or on medical expenses. This is why Medicare is so important, it.. More

What Are Medicare Taxes and What To Do About Them

Written by Evens Stevenson

Everyone knows the two things that you can’t avoid – death and taxes. It seems like every paycheck you get is being eaten alive by taxes. We all complain about them, but there are some benefits to those taxes being taken out. The first and most obvious is the premium-free Part A Medicare.

Knowing Your Medicare Rights

Written by Evens Stevenson

For those who are enrolled in Medicare, there may come a time when you have some type of issue with your coverage. This may come in the form of a denial of a claim, or with the type or amount of care that you have received. It’s important, as a medicare recipient, to know your rights.. More

Timing Your Medicare Parts A and B Enrollment

Written by Evens Stevenson

Medicare offers seniors, and other qualified candidates, nice health protection at an affordable price. While it’s a great tool to give seniors access to health care, there is a lot of confusion around the government program and it’s enrollment dates. It’s vital that you time your enrollment correctly, otherwise you could end up with a.. More

The Consequences of Missing Your Medicare Enrollment

Written by Evens Stevenson

There are so many different enrollment periods that you have to remember when it comes to Medicare and it’s various parts. It’s difficult to keep all of them straight and not miss any of them. Mistakes happen, and it’s easy to get dates confused or simply forget, but there could be some serious consequences if.. More

Using Medicare’s Special Enrollment Period

Written by Evens Stevenson

Keeping all of Medicare’s enrollment periods straight can be a confusing process. There are so many different dates, rules, and regulations, and it’s very easy to get some of them confused. But, missing some dates can lead to serious fees or penalties. 

How to Qualify for Medicare If You Are Under Age 65

Written by Evens Stevenson

Most people will qualify for Medicare coverage when they turn age 65, there are situations where an individual may be eligible for these benefits before they reach this age based upon a qualifying disability. In many cases, this can be a big relief, as those who have disabling conditions typically have a difficult time finding.. More