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Dealing with Medicare-related items can be difficult. If the burden of handling the process alone feels daunting, do not hesitate to reach out and work with your financial and tax advisors.
Many see Medicare and Medicaid as very similar. While they do have some similarities, the types of benefits and services of each can be distinctly different.
Open enrollment doesn't need to make you anxious! Review the different options available and to be aware of helpful resources.
If you’re nearing retirement age, you’re probably thinking about Medicare and the potential premiums. Did you know premiums can vary based on plan type, enrollment date and your income? You’ve worked hard for your retirement savings, make sure you’re in the know about Medicare premiums so you can avoid a costly mistake.
Medicare can create quite a bit of confusion: When should I enroll? What coverage do I need? What happens with my HSA? Unfortunately, if you’re contributing to a Health Savings Account, enrollment in Medicare can create an issue. Be sure you understand how Medicare will impact you and your family so you can make informed decisions about your health coverage and avoid any penalties.
If your dad is suddenly hospitalized, who would your mom turn to for help? You? If so, do you understand Medicare, Medicaid, and long-term care ...