The Annual Election Period begins Oct 15th. All existing Medicare recipients can review their current coverage and change plans until Dec 7th. You’ve got choices.Read More
Do you need MEDICARE? Do you need health insurance? You are in the right hands – we have experts for both. The MEDICARE annual election period for 2021 is from October 15th to December 7th.Read More
Question: “I’m turning 65 but I am still working. Should I keep the insurance my employer offers or switch to Medicare?”
Question: “My spouse is turning 65 and she is enrolled in my health plan through work. Should she enroll in Medicare or stay on my plan?”Read More
We know the basics, of course
- Retirement benefits are reduced if you claim them before your full retirement age (between age 66 and 67 depending on the year you were born.)
- Social Security benefits might be reduced even more prior to the full retirement age if you continue to work.
- Medicare benefits, on the other hand, begin the month you turn 65, but can be delayed voluntarily if a more valuable health insurance plan is available via your job or your spouse’s job.