Although it is not absolutely necessary the VA STRONGLY encourages you to sign up for Medicare Part B. You may also want to consider getting a Medicare Advantage or Supplement plan as well. This is especially the case for veterans that are NOT in priority group 1. There is no guarantee that Congress will approve … Continue reading Medicare Coverage & Veterans Benefit
Here are the highlights of what you need to know: Medicare PART B base premium will be $144.60 ($491.60 for the highest income individuals)$198 is the annual PART B deductibleMedicare Part A deductible $1408, up from $1364 (which covers your first 60 days in the hospital)$176 co-pay PER DAY for skilled nursing care For those who do not qualify for premium … Continue reading Medicare Premiums and Deductibles Released for 2020
This year there are big changes that could cost you $$$$. I have seen as much as a $35,000 savings just from reviewing the changes in the plan that are not obvious. Please call or email me and I can help you determine if you are right were you need to be or give you … Continue reading Big Changes in Medicare Advantage and Part D for 2020
Even though the donut hole/coverage gap is closed? That is right, you would think since the coverage gap is closed in 2020 that beneficiaries would pay the say costs out of pocket during their initial coverage phase as in the coverage gap since they will not have to pay more than 25% of the costs … Continue reading Beneficiaries Could Pay More for Prescriptions in 2020
Watch this one minute video. In just five minutes or less you can start a personal and secure Medicare.gov account. By why you ask would you make yet another username and password and place to log into. Well there are a few really good reasons. You do not want someone who isn’t you doing it for you. … Continue reading Why make an online Medicare.gov account/login?