Is now the right time for you to enroll in Medicare?
If you are approaching 65 or have questions in regards to Medicare enrollment, we can help. Medicare does not have to be complicated; our team is highly trained to simplify the process and provide you comprehensive solutions.
Medicare planning is one of the most important choices you will make. Our approach is individualized and focuses on what fits your situation. Situations also change, which makes our services even more valuable. Annual reviews are an important piece of Medicare planning and our office provides customer service and annual reviews, all free of charge!
Most americans should enroll in medicare part a when they are first eligible at age 65, but you may be able to delay part b.
The size of your employer will determine if you can delay Medicare Part B enrollment and not have to face a late enrollment penalty later.
If there are 20 or more employees in the company:
- Check to make sure you have group health plan coverage (as defined by the IRS). Your employer’s benefits manager is a great place to start!
- Compare Medicare’s coverage with your employer’s plan benefits.
You may be able to delay Part B enrollment with Medicare!
Follow the link below to Medicare.gov for more information.Go to medicare.gov
If there are 20 or less employees in the company:
You should sign up for Medicare Part A and Part B when you are first eligible one of the following ways:
- Online with Medicare [click here]
- Online with Social Security [click here]
- Call Social Security at 1-800-772-1213
- Visit your local Social Security Office
After you have enrolled in Medicare Part A and B, contact a Medicare Team member to purchase a Medicare Supplement, Prescription Drug (PDP) or Medicare Advantage Plan.Contact a Team member