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Medicare Explained

If you have recently or will soon turn 65 and need Medicare explained to you better than those ads you’ve seen on TV; you’re not alone. Tens of thousands of people in the US turn 65 every day and most of what they know about Medicare is from the mounds of mail they receive before their 65th birthdayIf you have recently or will soon turn 65 and need Medicare explained to you better than those ads you’ve seen on TV; you’re not alone. Tens of thousands of people in the US turn 65 every day and most of what they know about Medicare is from the mounds of mail they receive before their 65th birthday.

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Transitioning to Medicare explained

The first thing you need to know is that if you wait to enroll, not enrolling during the appropriate enrolling periods may create a penalty and you may experience a gap in coverage. There are certain times when people can enroll in Medicare. Some get Medicare automatically, and others need to apply. The first time you can enroll is your initial enrollment period and it lasts seven months. Your initial enrollment period begins three months before the month you turn 65 and ends three months after the month you turn 65. If you are currently receiving Social Security benefits, you will be auto-enrolled into Medicare. If not, you have to enroll yourself.

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USAmeriCare is a trusted name in Medicare Transitioning Consultation

USAmeriCare and its primary affiliate, AmeriLife have over 50 years educating our clients to a position of educated buying. We help thousands of Medicare beneficiaries across the United States. Selecting and keeping the best Medicare Supplement (Medigap), and or Medicare Advantage Plan, and Prescription Drug Plan. We make the transition to Medicare understood, simple and educational and stress-free. Contact us; give us a call or submit a request for your personal, free consultation today!

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Finding Proper Coverage

Original Medicare is the parts of Medicare you will be auto-enrolled into, if that is your situation. That includes Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B. Now, if you need vision, dental, long-term care, hearing, and possibly, maybe some other important coverage, you will have to enroll into the proper forms of Medicare. Here is what you should do:
⦁ Confirm your eligibility
⦁ Determine if you need additional coverage beyond what Parts A and B provide
⦁ And then apply for Original Medicare at your local Social Security office or through USAmeriCare’s website
⦁ Begin shopping for your preferred, additional coverages
Our recommendation is to have a licensed Medicare agent, like the ones here at USAmeriCare. We will discuss with you your personal needs to determine the coverage you need to find the best blend of price and coverage.

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