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You can select a Medicare plan on your own, but making the wrong choice may end up costing you thousands in out-of-pocket medical and drug costs! We helped one of our Medicare clients save over $4000 in annual healthcare costs. In fact, most of our clients save more on their healthcare costs than what they pay for the review. Any way you look at it, you will have peace of mind knowing you have the best, most cost effective plan for you.
When Should You Enroll In Medicare?
Your Initial Enrollment Period starts 3 months before you turn age 65 and lasts for 7 months. Except in certain cases, if you do not enroll in Medicare Part B during your Initial Enrollment Period, you will have wait until the next General Enrollment Period to enroll. General Enrollment Periods are between January 1 and March 31 each year. When March 31 falls on a non-business day, the General Enrollment Period is extended to the next business day. If you sign up for Medicare Part B during a General Enrollment Period, your coverage starts on July 1 of that year. Your Medicare Part B premium may go up 10 percent for each 12 month period that you could have had Medicare Part B, but did not take it. For example, in 2009, the Medicare Part B premium is $96.40 per month*. If you delayed enrolling in Medicare Part B for 24 months from the time you first could have had Medicare Part B, your premium in 2009 would be $115.68 per month.
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