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Whether you're just now aging in or joined long ago, there are probably many questions you'd like answered. It's helpful to align yourself with a licensed advisor who can support & guide you through your Medicare journey. There's never a fee for their services, so you can call them anytime you need help.

Medicare Enrollment Periods

Annual Enrollment Period

Oct. 15th - Dec. 7th

During annual enrollment, you can add, drop or switch your Medicare coverage to any of the available plans that are currently offered.

Open Enrollment Period

Jan. 1st - Mar. 31st

If you're a Medicare Advantage plan member you may disenroll from your current plan and switch to a different Medicare Advantage plan one time during this period.

Special Enrollment Period

Jan. 1st - Dec. 31st

Depending on certain circumstances, you may be able to enroll in a Medicare plan outside of your initial enrollment or AEPs. 

Some ways you may qualify for the Special Enrollment Period are if you:

  • Retire & lose your employer coverage.

  • Move out of the plan's service area.

  • Receive assistance from the state.

  • Diagnosed with a qualifying disability or health condition.

  • Qualifying for Extra Help.

Medicare has 4 parts:

A B C & D

First is Part A:

Hospital Insurance

Part A covers your inpatient hospital stays, skilled nursing facility stays, some home health visits, & hospice care.

Second is Part B:

Medical Insurance

Part B covers your physician visits, outpatient services, preventive services, & some home health visits you may have.

Third is Part C:

Medicare Advantage

Part C refers to the Medicare Advantage Program which allows you to enroll in a private health plan.

Fourth is Part D:

Prescription Drugs

Part D covers your outpatient prescription drugs through private plans that contract through Medicare.

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Don't Forget, You Can Always Get Help With Your Medicare Concerns!

Don't only seek advice & find help during significant events like turning age 65, retiring from your career, or an emergency. When dealing with your Medicare, advisors are available throughout the whole year to help with everyday questions & concerns.

More about Part C:

Medicare Advantage Plans

What's Included?

Always included:

All of Part A

Your Medicare Advantage Plan will include all the benefits of Part A. Including hospital stays, home health care & associated services.

Always included:

All of Part B

Your Medicare Advantage Plan will include all the benefits of Part B as well. Including doctor visits, outpatient care, screening & lab test.

Discover The Fine Details About

Your Medicare Profile.

It's truly helpful to have reliable resources, especially when making crucial decisions. Gain wisdom without having to do the work by taking advantage of your licensed advisor's knowledge base. They're tested every year, so they know all the ins & outs. 

Sometimes included:

Prescription Drugs

Your Medicare Advantage Plan may include prescription drugs, plus benefits such as dental, eye care, hearing care, wellness services & nurse helpline.

Always included:

Yearly Cost Limit

Your Medicare Advantage Plan will include a yearly limit on out·of·pocket costs for covered medical services. This limit may vary & can change each year.