Watch this video update from Ron about the 2019 Part D “Donut Hole”.
Our very own Ron Ray has once again been published on a tier 1 national financial website! Here is the link to his Forbes.com article on how to take advantage of the new tax code. https://www.forbes.com/
Medicare Costs 2018 The 2018 Medicare costs have finally been posted at www.medicare.gov. So, what’s the damage? The standard Part B premium amount will stay at $134 (or higher depending on your income) in 2018. However, some people who get Social Security benefits will pay less than this amount ($109 on average in 2017; $130
CMS Reveals New Medicare Card Design Date 2017-09-14 Title CMS Reveals New Medicare Card Design Contact email@example.com CMS Reveals New Medicare Card Design Removing Social Security numbers strengthens fraud protections for about 58 million Americans En español Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) gave the public its first look at the newly
In the 21st century, longevity is something you must consider. We are living longer than even before. Diseases and accidents that surely would have killed us 20 years ago, are now, easily survivable. Women survive their husbands by an average of seven years, with a life expectancy of 86 and according to the IRS, men
A lot of people new to Medicare will come to see me already having done some homework. They have a pretty good idea of how Medicare works and understand the difference in Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage. They might have even decided on which Medicare supplement they want. That supplement is almost always the Plan F.
With approximately 10,000 people turning 65 every day in the United States, there is a lot of interest in Medicare. One of the first questions people ask themselves is “Do I need an insurance agent for Medicare?” Medicare does take time to learn, especially for those that do not work with insurance every day. It
In the first four parts of our series, we learned about Original Medicare, Medicare Supplements, and the Medicare Prescription Drug Program. In the fourth and final chapter, we will attempt to demystify Medicare Part C, also known as Medicare Advantage. Medicare Advantage, or Medicare Part C plans replace your original Medicare A and B
In the first two parts of our series of articles on Medicare, we learned how original Medicare along with a Medigap plan (AKA Medicare Supplement) can help to reduce or even eliminate your out-of-pocket risk. In part three, we will discuss the Medicare Prescription Drug Program known as Part D. Medicare Part D – the