Congratulations! Soon you will be eligible for Medicare, Federal Government Insurance for seniors 65 and older, the disabled, those suffering from ALS or ESRD. Every citizen who earned income for at least ten years is entitled to Part A (hospital coverage), and it is premium-free because you have been paying for it through Social Security Tax. You can begin the enrollment process in Part B (outpatient coverage) 3 months before the month you turn 65, costing $170.10 monthly for most people.
I am an insurance agent specializing in Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance. I want to help you navigate the maze of Medicare and Medicare insurance options. My service is free to you whether or not you enroll in a plan. Many insurance companies have contracted with me to offer Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C), Medicare Supplement Insurance, and prescription drug plans (Part D). My job is to help you choose a suitable and affordable plan.
Louis Wislocki, Agent (616) 309-7288
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