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If you get “creditable” health insurance coverage from your employer and you are happy with that coverage, you should probably keep that it past age 65. Delaying will keep the monthly premium for Medicare Part B in your bank account a little longer. (For most people, the monthly premium for Medicare Part B is $134

This is the seventh in this series. To start at the beginning, go to 5 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling. If you have answered the five questions listed below, you should have a short list of plans to consider Will you need non-emergency medical care while traveling? Which policies include your prescriptions on their formulary

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What will you pay in copays and other cost shares? This is the sixth in this series. To start at the beginning, go to 5 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling. Your decision will be easier to make if you first estimate how often you will see doctors and other medical professionals in the next year.

Are Your Doctors in The Network? This is the fifth in this series. To start at the beginning, go to 5 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling. Unless you want to risk having a strange doctor aggressively exam your half nude body with a cold stethoscope during your next annual exam, you should make sure your

CT Medicare Advantage Plans

How does Medicare.gov rank the plans in your area? This is the fourth in this series. To start at the beginning, go to 5 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were an unbiased source that would give you a list of all plans in your area and then put the

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Which policies include your prescriptions on their formulary (list of covered drugs)? This is the third in this series. To start at the beginning, go to 5 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling. You might as well drill a big hole in the bottom of your bank account if you overlook this question. If you take

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Will You Need Non-Emergency Medical Care While Traveling? This is the second in this series. To start at the beginning, go to 5 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling. Imagine yourself in an emergency room far from home. The ER doctor wants you to undergo an expensive test after your accident. You thought you were fine,

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CT Medicare Medical Insurance — 5 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling Introduction Tens of thousands of dollars of unpaid medical bills, or worse — a denial of life saving medical care can be the result of enrolling in the wrong Medicare insurance plan. Fortunately, when you finish reading this series you will see how easy

CT Medicare Advantage Plans

CT Medicare Supplement Plans are designated by letters. There is a Plan A. There is a Plan B. And so on. There are 10 plans that are currently sold in Connecticut. These plans are sold by private insurers and supplement “Original Medicare.” Original Medicare consists of Parts (not to be confused with Plans) A and

If Medicare wasn’t confusing enough, there are both Medicare Parts A, B, C and D and Medicare Plans A, B, C and D. Let’s talk about the Parts of Medicare today and how the impact residents of Connecticut. Medicare Plans will be covered in the next post. “Original Medicare” consists of Medicare Part A and

If Medicare wasn’t confusing enough, there are both Medicare Parts A, B, C and D and Medicare Plans A, B, C and D. You will find links to Connecticut Medicare insurance information and prices.