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Medicare Planning

Know Your Medicare Options

Preparing for Medicare prior to retirement is essential to ensure that you have access to the healthcare coverage you need as you age. One of the first steps in this process is to understand the different parts of Medicare, including Parts A, B, C, and D. Each part covers different services, so it's important to determine which parts you will need and what your out-of-pocket costs will be. You should also consider whether you will need additional coverage, such as a Medicare Supplement plan or a Medicare Advantage plan, to fill any gaps in your coverage. It's also important to understand the enrollment process, including when to enroll, what documents you will need, and what penalties you may face for late enrollment. Working with Retirement Ready and or Medicare specialist can help you navigate these complexities and make informed decisions about your healthcare coverage. By preparing for Medicare prior to retirement, you can ensure that you have access to the healthcare you need and avoid costly mistakes that could impact your well-being.

Request Medicare Review

There are several reasons why someone might want to request information on Medicare from Retirement Ready: 

  • Extensive Experience: Retirement Ready advisors have specialized knowledge and experience in Medicare planning. They can help clients understand the different parts of Medicare, what they cover, and how to enroll.

  • Customized advice: Retirement Ready advisors can provide customized advice on Medicare that is tailored to each client's individual needs and circumstances. They can help clients select the Medicare options that best fit their healthcare needs and budget.

  • Comprehensive planning: Medicare is just one aspect of retirement planning. Retirement Ready advisors can help clients create a comprehensive retirement plan that takes into account all aspects of retirement, including income planning, investment management, tax planning strategies, and estate planning strategies.

  • Comfort: Medicare can be complex and confusing. Working with a Retirement Ready advisor can provide sound investment perspective, knowing that clients have made informed decisions about their healthcare coverage.

  • Ongoing support: Medicare options can change from year to year, and retirement planning is an ongoing process. Retirement Ready advisors can provide ongoing support and guidance, helping clients adjust their Medicare coverage as needed to ensure they stay on track to meet their healthcare and retirement goals.

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Get Started with Medicare

Medicare is health insurance for people 65 or older. You're first eligible to sign up for Medicare 3 months before you turn 65. You may be eligible to get Medicare earlier if you have a disability, End-Stage Renal Disease {ESRD}, or ALS {also called Lou Gehrig's disease}.

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