Updated and expanded for 2014
Are you turning 65 in 2014? Looking for a resource guide that helps you to navigate the maze of Medicare choices available to you? Want a clear and concise book which will answer all your questions? It's not the answers you already know, it's the questions you don't even know to askQuestions you might be thinking about?
- When can I enroll in Medicare?
- Does Medicare cover everything I might need?
- Is Medicare free?
- What's the difference between copayments and coinsurance?
- Are there any deductibles?
- Are there any penalties for not enrolling?
- What's an AEP, IEP, SEP, OEP and everything else?
- Can I make changes to what I already have?
- What are the costs for Medicare?
- What's the difference between a Med Supp plan and a Medicare Advantage plan?
- What's a Medigap plan?
- How do I get my prescriptions paid for in Medicare?
- What's a donut hole?
- What is TrOOP?
- What is MOOP?
- Does Medicare cover long term care needs?
Click the book cover to "Look Inside" to read the first 10% of the book free.Who might benefit from the information and tools contained in this book?
- You're going to be turning age 65 in 2014.
- You're already enrolled in Medicare and want to know what other options you have.
- You want a comprehensive resource guide about Medicare benefits and Medicare health plans.
- You're a healthcare professional who wants to learn more about Medicare.
Healthcare expenses can torpedo your retirement savings if these costs are not properly taken into account. Thinking portfolio returns will exceed the potential health care expenses should extensive medical care be needed is ignoring financial market reality.Additional information is included covering:
- The Medicaid Program
- Choices for Long-Term Care
- What you Need to Know Before you Buy
- Planning the Medicare Buying Decision
- Additional Resources