Medicare is available to senior citizens, people receiving Social Security Disability benefits and people with certain conditions. See what it covers, how much it costs and when you can sign up.
Finding Medicare Plans With More Benefits and Lower Premiums
Medicare Part C offers more benefits than Original Medicare. SmartFinancial blog articles explain the benefits you can only get with Part C, also called Medicare Advantage, which combines Parts A and B as well as Part D prescription drug plan. Did you know that many Medicare Advantage plans also include hearing and dental? SmartFinancial can put you in touch with an insurance agent who can find the right plan for you.
Instead of spending hours on the phone, giving various agents the same information, SmartFinancial can find you the best coverage at the most affordable prices after you fill out one simple questionnaire to start receiving free quotes right away.
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You can still enroll during your Initial Enrollment Period in Parts A, B and D if you want to avoid late penalties for the remainder of the time you have Medicare.
Your Medicare coverage choices will stay in place year after year unless you change your plan during the open enrollment period which usually starts mid-October and lasts until early November.
Original Medicare does not cover routine dental or vision care but some Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans do.