How Your Social Security Impacts Medicare

Many questions come to mind as someone approaches Social Security and Medicare. Among those questions, when to start Social Security benefits and Medicare are at the forefront. Medicare eligibility requires individuals to be US citizens or permanent US residents. Most Americans will have premium-free Medicare Part A due to working for 10 years or 40

How Your Social Security Impacts Medicare
How The Inflation Reduction Act Will Impact Medicare During AEP

AEP is around the corner, and many wonder what impacts the Inflation Reduction Act will have on Medicare and the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP). The IRA of 2022 looks to increase clean energy, combat the national deficit, and lower out-of-pocket costs for prescriptions covered under Medicare Part D coverage. Congress and the Senate passed the

How The Inflation Reduction Act Will Impact Medicare During AEP
What to Know About HSAs as Medicare AEP Approaches

Everyone knows Medicare AEP is coming, and health savings accounts are extremely popular among employer coverages. But even though HSA accounts are not available with Medicare, there are a few things that prospective Medicare enrollees need to know. Especially if they’re considering dropping their group health insurance and starting a Medicare plan. Millions of working

What to Know About HSAs as Medicare AEP Approaches
Guide for Medicare AEP in October (Updated for 2023)

Fall is in the air, and as temperatures throughout the nation cool, Medicare season is fast approaching. Medicare’s AEP is when Medicare beneficiaries can make changes in their Medicare coverage. Below we’ll discuss the AEP, how it works, and what beneficiaries need to do to prepare. Medicare AEP Enrollment Guide for 2023 Every year from

Guide for Medicare AEP in October (Updated for 2023)
Medigap.com’s “Medicare Basics” Survey Results

Medigap.com recently polled over 750 Medicare beneficiaries, ages 65 and older, to uncover their attitudes and beliefs toward their Medicare coverage. While the results showed promising knowledge of and satisfaction with Medicare from beneficiaries, several key areas revealed a need for more information on plan details and a desire for expanded coverage of medical services.

Medigap.com’s “Medicare Basics” Survey Results