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Medicare Advantage

What are the Pros and Cons of Medicare Advantage?

The Medicare program is divided into different parts: Original Medicare (Parts A and B), Medicare Advantage (Part C), Part D, and Medigap.  Medicare beneficiaries purchase Medicare Advantage plans from private insurance providers that Medicare approves. Medicare Advantage plans combine the coverage from Original Medicare, in addition to other services. To enroll in Medicare Advantage, you …

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How Can We Help You Enroll in Medicare in 2022?

Cornerstone Senior Advisors has the tools and resources to help you find the right Medicare plan and enroll in Medicare with confidence. Contact us today to schedule your appointment. Plan Comparison As a new Medicare beneficiary, you’ve gotten to know the basics about Medicare Part A, Part B, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D prescription drug …

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Enroll In Medigap In 2022

When Is The Best Time To Enroll In Medigap In 2022?

Nothing lowers costs quite like Medigap. Medigap, or Medicare Supplement Plans, provide a great way to reduce out-of-pocket costs. However, there is only a certain window of time in which you will be able to get it without the possibility of rejection. If you’re enrolling in Medicare in 2022, Medigap is worth considering. When Can …

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When Can I Join a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan?

When you become eligible for Medicare, you can enroll in Medicare Part A, which covers hospital costs, and Part B, which is medical insurance. However, neither of these plans covers the cost of prescription drugs. One option for getting coverage for your prescription drugs is by adding Medicare Part D to your overall plan. If …

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What You Should and Shouldn’t Do During AEP!

The Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is the period between October 7 and December 15, when existing Medicare beneficiaries have the opportunity to review their current Medicare plans and make changes if necessary. It’s tempting, if you’ve been with your current Medicare plan for a while, to let the AEP slip by without notice and let …

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