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Medicare Advantage

Are Medicare Advantage plans a bad choice?

You may often hear in your surroundings that Medicare Advantage Plans are bad and have more disadvantages than Original Medicare coverage. But, that doesn’t need to be necessarily true.

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Medicare Part B Giveback benefit
Original Medicare

Medicare Part B Giveback Benefit

As people age, they may require different types of healthcare to maintain their health and well-being. Medicare is a federal health insurance program that covers

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Medicare Advantage

Are Medicare Advantage plans a bad choice?

You may often hear in your surroundings that Medicare Advantage Plans are bad and have more disadvantages than Original Medicare coverage. But, that doesn’t need to be necessarily true.

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Medicare Part B Giveback benefit
Original Medicare

Medicare Part B Giveback Benefit

As people age, they may require different types of healthcare to maintain their health and well-being. Medicare is a federal health insurance program that covers

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Questions to be advised on

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The Medicare program was established to provide healthcare benefits in retirement. Prior to the program, retirees who lost coverage provided by their employer’s group health policy had limited options for health insurance.

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Medigap insurance plans are also referred to as Medicare supplements or Medicare gap insurance. It has this name because it fills in the “gaps” that Original Medicare leaves for the beneficiary to pay.

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No, Medicare supplements work with Original Medicare coverage to provide coverage for their members. Medicare Advantage plans operate independently from Original Medicare.

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The Medicare program has a program called Extra Help. It offers financial assistance to qualified individuals who have low incomes. Extra Help can include payments for premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance costs.

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65-year olds who receive premium-free Part A and the standard premium for Part B will pay $148.50 for Original Medicare. This does not include a Medicare Advantage plan, a Medicare supplement plan, or a Part D plan. Individuals who are under 65 and enroll in Medicare due to disability pay the same amount for Original Medicare.

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Individuals at least 65 years of age, individuals who have been on disability for at least 24 months, and individuals with either ALS or ESRD are eligible for Medicare.

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