During the Medicare Open Enrollment Period that runs from October 15 through December 7, you can make changes to your Medicare coverage that will be effective on January 1, 2018.
If you plan to continue working after you reach age 65, you may be wondering how Medicare coordinates with your employer’s group health plan. When you’re eligible for both types of coverage, you’ll need to consider the benefits and costs before making your decision.
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It’s easy to confuse Medicare and Medicaid, particularly since they’re both government programs that pay for health care. But there are important differences between each program.
Each year, current Medicare beneficiaries can make changes to their Medicare coverage for the following year during the Medicare Open Enrollment Period. Here is what you might want to consider changing for the coming year.
If you’re eligible for an early-retirement package from your employer, determine whether post-retirement medical coverage is included. Given the high cost of medical care, you might find it hard to turn down an early-retirement package that includes such coverage.
Many Americans buy additional private insurance to cover gaps in coverage. There are two main categories of private insurance on the market: Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement plans. While these programs offer similar health benefits, they also have some significant differences to consider.