In Medicare, you may hear the term “creditable coverage” used every once in a while, especially when you are new to Medicare or plan on delaying your Part B. Take note that creditable coverage can be very specific depending on your situation. It could cost you if you are not aware of what is creditable and what is not.
With Medicare you may find that there are many different letters to keep up with. When it comes to the basics, there are four parts of Medicare that are broken down like so: Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D. Take a look at what each one entails!
Retirement Packs: Gear Up for the Adventure Ahead!
If you decide to purchase a Medicare Supplement plan, you may be wondering, “what other plans work with my Medicare Supplement?” or “do I need any additional plans?” To make it easier for clients to determine which products best fit their needs, we have created Retirement Packs. Read futher to find out more about each pack!
There are many different enrollment periods to consider, but keep in mind that the Initial Enrollment Period only occurs when you are initially eligible for Medicare. However, it is important to know when this window begins and ends to avoid penalties or gaps in coverage.