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Turning 65? 7 Medicare Questions You Must Be Able To Answer!

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  1. Do you need to take action to sign up for Medicare?
  2. Can you sign up before you’re 65, and how long after?
  3. What are the lifetime monthly late-enrollment penalties if you sign up late for Part B or D?
  4. How do you ensure they can’t reject you for MediGap if you have pre-existing conditions?
  5. Can you contribute to your HSA on Medicare?
  6. Do you need the same Part D coverage as your spouse?
  7. Does Medicare Advantage have a limited doctor network?

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Brian Carter

Brian Carter

Brian Carter has been in the health field since 1999, and was a medical terminology teacher at the Master's degree level. He's also a marketer, stand up comedian, and an abstract painter. Brian has a lot going on, but his passion is Medicare and helping seniors with their Medicare and other health insurance. Brian learned from his grandma that how you live your senior years matter, because you may live a lot more of them than you expect... she lived to be 105 years old, and despite being a farmer and school teacher, she lived frugally enough to be able to give to others. She also received a Governor's award for volunteer service at her local Kokomo, Indiana hospital. His mom was a special education teacher, so he had plenty of good role models for living a life of service to others. Brian grew up in Ohio, lived in San Diego, but loves Charleston, SC the best. It's his favorite city in the world. He has a deep love of the land, the rivers, and the people who call this area home. When asked how he feels about seniors, Brian says, "I love old people... I married one! Don't tell my wife I said that."
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