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Your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) for Medicare is a 7-month period that begins three months prior to your birthday month and end three months after it.

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4 articles tagged "Initial enrollment period"

  • A series of 3 checkmarks with increasing levels of opacity to illustrate the functionality of Renew's Medicare Checkup tool.

    Medicare Checkup

    Whenever preparing to make a major purchase, doing your research is always wise. As you compare the details of each option, it is equally important to consider how well each will meet your needs. This is especially true when the investment will have a lasting or meaningful impact on the quality of your life. Enrolling …

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  • George, a Medicare agent at Renew, discusses the best times to enroll in Medicare.

    Medicare Minutes: Enrolling in Medicare

    When it comes to enrolling in Medicare for the first time, timing is important? In this episode, we discuss the best times to enroll, which can vary from individual to individual. Enrolling in Medicare at the right time for you The best time to sign up for Medicare will depend on your unique health needs …

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  • Senior man comparing health options online at Renew.

    Is Medicare my only health care option after 65?

    While Medicare is not your only health care option after 65, it is definitely the most common. Many Americans qualify for premium-free Part A coverage due to their work history. This makes Medicare the most affordable option in many cases. For these reasons, most people over the age of 65 choose Medicare for their health …

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  • Most people become eligible for Medicare when they reach their 65th birthday. But that doesn't mean you'll be automatically enrolled.

    Initial Enrollment Period Finder

    Why do I need an Initial Enrollment Period Finder? You probably already know that most people become eligible for Medicare upon reaching their 65th birthday. However, you might not be aware of the exact parameters around this first opportunity to enroll in Medicare. Turning 65 is technically the event that qualifies an individual to enroll. …

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