by Robert Fink on Aug 18, 2016
Generally, you will become eligible for Medicare on the first day of the month in which you turn 65. During the months leading up to that date, you will likely receive an abundance of information regarding supplemental insurance plans. There are essentially four parts to Medicare, referred to as Parts A, B, C and D. While all of this may seem confusing, we found the following publications to be very informative:
Published by CMS (the federal government agency that administers Medicare and other health care related programs), you’ll find detailed information regarding how Medicare works. We can help to simplify the process of choosing the best supplement (and prescription) plan for your particular situation. Please contact us as early as six months prior to turning age 65 to begin the conversation.