Many seniors have spent years pursuing a career they love and just aren’t ready to let it go. These seniors may want to continue working and postpone their retirement as they approach the age of 65. However, healthcare options can tend to get a bit confusing if you don’t retire at the age of 65.
Have you ever considered obtaining supplemental insurance? If so, did you also have an Original Medicare plan? Deciding whether or not to purchase a supplemental insurance plan can be a difficult decision. Although it may be a dubious choice at first, you may stand to benefit by purchasing a plan to supplement your Original Medicare.
Medicare Advantage Plans, also known as Part C or MA plans, are health plans sold by private Medicare-approved insurance companies. These companies must adhere to the coverage rules set by Original Medicare. However, they can independently decide coverage rules for benefits that aren’t included in Original Medicare. Because of this, insurers offering Medicare Advantage plans