It’s open season for the deluge of mail and phone calls about Medicare and Medicare Advantage. Should you pay attention to this? Well, yes, because it affects the quality of your healthcare. But remember, these are sales pitches, so their best features are super attractive. Maybe it’s a low monthly premium or new extras. Is this right for you? For our seventh year, Brad Coe is presenting Original Medicare, and we added Original Medicare vs. Medicare Advantage this year. Both programs are very informative with no sales pitch. I encourage you to attend both sessions and make informed decisions during Medicare Open Enrollment, October 15th – December 7th. Both are free and well worth your time.
Medicare 101, presented 10/9/2023 by Brad Coe
Presented by Brad Coe, Coe Agency, LLC.
Knowing the difference between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage is vital in selecting the correct plan. The Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP), which occurs each year, is from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, giving you a chance to review and make changes to your current Medicare coverage.
How many calls a day do you get saying you can save money on your Medicare? Too many, right? Most of these calls refer to Medicare Advantage plans. Knowing the difference between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage is vital in selecting the correct plan. A private insurance company administers these all-in-one Medicare Advantage plans. They must be as good or better than Original Medicare and can have a significant amount of value packaged into them. But Advantage plans have a lot of moving parts. They require pre-enrollment to ensure coverage you can use at your desired places. When Medicare Advantage plans are suitable, they can be real cost savings to you.
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