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|Posted on February 26, 2013 at 11:45 AM||comments (149)|
2014 Medicare Deductibles
Medicare is reporting the 2014 Part A deductible, Part B premiums, Part B deductible and High Deductible Plan F deductible. Beginning in 2014:
|Posted on October 25, 2012 at 4:14 PM||comments (0)|
Turning 65 and unsure where to start? If you are not currently receiving Social Security Income and you would like to enroll in Medicare you should start by applying for Medicare. You can apply three different ways:
It generally takes about 30 days for your application to be processed and you should receive your Medicare card within 45 days. However, there are always exceptions and sometimes it takes longer. It is best to apply early, so you can make sure everything is processed in a timely fashion. You can apply for Medicare as early as 3 months before you turn 65. Applying early will also give you plenty of time to apply for a Medicare Supplement.
|Posted on August 15, 2012 at 12:47 PM||comments (824)|
United American Insurance is now offering a Reserve Fund Annuity to assist policyholders with accumulating funds needed to meet their health insurance calendar year deductible, copayment, out-of-pocket limits, or Part B excess charges (Plans A, B, and D) amount(s). The Reserve Fund Annuity is available with ProCare Medicare Supplement Plans A, B, D, G, and HDF.
So what does that mean for you? If you are age 65-90, you can earn interest on the money you set aside for healthcare.
Features & Benefits:
- After 14 days, there is no penalty for withdrawing your money to pay healthcare costs.
- No-load annuity, you keep the full amount you deposit
- Interest rate is guaranteed to never be less than 3%
For more information on how you can earn interest on the money you set aside for healthcare click on the link below:
|Posted on April 27, 2012 at 1:35 PM||comments (169)|
The Coverage Gap or Donut Hole (or Doughnut Hole) has caused a considerable amount of confusion for many people and has even surprised seniors when they suddenly are required to pay the a higher price (or before 2011, the full price) of their prescription medications. The following brief over view is based on the 2011 Medicare Standard Benefit Plan Model. For more information, please click here to see Frequently Asked Questions (or FAQs) about the Donut Hole.
Quick Overview: This is a quick overview of the Donut Hole or Coverage Gap.
Please note there are some changes each year but this info is as of 2011 and there are few changes for 2012 so please ask me for details when we speak.
*Complete article can be found on www.q1medicare.com