Medicare and Turning 65 from easyMedicare.com

Medicare and Turning 65 from easyMedicare.com

easyMedicare.com is a great resource for all things related to Medicare and Turning 65. The site helps explain how Medicare works, the different parts/plans (A, B, C & D), who is eligible and how to enroll. The site is filled with valuable information that is easy to read and easy to understand.

Medicare Topics Covered

When is a person eligible to sign up for Medicare for the first time?

This section explains in detail the 7-month initial Enrollment Period surrounding a consumer’s 65th birthday where they can enroll in Medicare Part A and/or Medicare Part B. This ultimately means the consumer can enroll three months before their birthday or three months after their birthday.

Can a person on their current medical plan or do they have to sign up for Medicare?

This section has important Medicare information on the following topics:

  1. Whether or not they can stay on their employer’s health plan until they retire
  2. If they need to sign up for Social Security benefits in order to receive Medicare Part A and Part B
  3. Late Enrollment

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How does someone register for Medicare Part A?

In this section, people can learn what Medicare Part A covers, when they can sign up, and general information on Medicare enrollment.

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How do you register for Medicare Part B?

Similar to registering for Medicare Part A, people must also register for Medicare Part B. On easyMedicare.com, people can learn what Medicare Part B covers, enrollment dates, and whether or not they are eligible to enroll. Not everyone is eligible for Medicare Part B.

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Does a person have to be enrolled in Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B to be eligible for a Medicare Advantage Plan?

easyMedicare.com also answers questions on eligibility, as well as premiums and copays. That includes information related to the requirements of Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B for eligibility for a Medicare Advantage Plan.

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What are Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plans?

Medicare Supplement Plans, also known as Part C, are offered by private insurance companies. When joining an Advantage plan, the plan will provide Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) and Medicare B (medical insurance) coverage.

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What are the benefits of a Medicare Advantage (Part C) Plan?

There are many pros and cons of enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan. easyMedicare.com explains in detail what many plans cover, plan premiums, copays and even deductibles.

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