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Medicare Advantage (or Medicare Part C) is a popular type of additional coverage. These are plans run by private insurance companies, and while you still have to pay the government for Original Medicare, your Medicare Advantage plan will manage your ben...efits for Part A & B. These plans also typically include coverage for things like dental, hearing, vision, and prescription drugs.

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8 articles tagged "Medicare Part C"

  • New medicare card for 2019.

    Important update: All new Medicare cards have been sent

    You may be aware that the government has been sending out new Medicare cards to all enrollees since last April. With over 60 million enrollees, sending out these new Medicare cards has been a gradual, nearly year-long process. If you are a Medicare enrollee who has yet to receive your new card, we have good …

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  • 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, explains how missing a Medicare deadline could result in lifelong penalties.

    Medicare Minutes: Medicare Penalties

    Late fees?! On Medicare?! It’s true; they exist. And that’s why it is essential to be aware of the various enrollment deadlines for each part of Medicare. In this episode, our all-star Medicare agent, George, will explain each of the most common Medicare penalties, and even more importantly, how to avoid them. How to avoid …

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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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  • George, a Medicare agent at Renew, discusses Medicare's coordination of benefits system.

    Medicare Minutes: Should I Enroll in Medicare if I’m Still Working?

    Most people become eligible for Medicare when they turn 65. But does that mean you are required to sign up, even if you are still covered by an employer-provided health plan? In this episode of our Medicare Minutes series, we discuss the options individuals in this particular situation have. We hope this information will help …

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  • Prepare for Medicare's Annual Enrollment Period with our checklist.

    Prepare for Medicare’s AEP with the Annual Enrollment Period Checklist

    Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period (also known as AEP) will be upon us before we know it. This period takes place every year from October 15th until December 7th. This the one opportunity you’ll have this year to make changes to your Medicare coverage. While comparing Medicare plans may not be your idea of spring or …

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  • Warning sign indicates Medicare pitfalls that should be avoided.

    8 common Medicare pitfalls

    If you’ve spent any time at all researching Medicare, you’ve probably deduced that it is not the most straightforward subject to master. There are a lot of complex rules and important deadlines to be aware of. Further frustrating is the fact that the leading resources all seem to provide contradictory advice for navigating the Medicare …

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  • Everyone's personal Medicare timeline looks a little different depending on your individual health care situation and strategy.

    Creating your personal Medicare timeline

    If you’re approaching your 65th birthday, you’d be wise to start preparing—at least mentally—to enroll for Medicare. Unless you’re already receiving social security benefits when you turn 65, it’s not likely that you’ll be signed up automatically. There are several strict deadlines within the Medicare program, and you could face lifelong penalties if you miss …

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