A: Think of it as your chance to do what you should have done during your Initial Enrollment Period. If you did not sign up for Part A and Part B when you were first eligible, you will not be able to enroll until the General Enrollment Period (GEP). ...
A: Talk about adding insult to injury! It’s bad enough to be old enough to start Medicare this year, but having to pay more for it than people who are already on it? That’s just not right!People who started Medicare in 2015 or earlier will pay ...
A: In six words or less, in a not-so-grammatically-correct fashion: something you should pay attention to!Your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) is not a bill. This quarterly statement shows all Part A and B claims submitted by providers on your behalf to Med ...
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