Attained Age vs Issue Age - Medicare Life Health - Medigap Costs
One of the biggest differences between Medigap prices is whether or not an insurance company uses attained age vs issue age to price their plans.
Eliminating the 5 Biggest Cash Flow Drains in Retirement (Including Medicare and Taxes Mistakes!) | Sixty and Me
Do you get nervous about having enough cash in retirement? Whether you are in retirement now, or preparing for retirement in the near future, it is never too late or too early to shape up your cash flow...Read More
Railroad Medicare - Medicare Life Health - Benefits and Choices
Learn what you need to know about Railroad Medicare Benefits and what are your choices for setting up your Medicare retirement health plan.
What is Medicare Plan F? - Medicare Life Health - Medigap Made Simple
What is Medicare Plan F? Simple answers to questions on what Medicare Supplement Plan F (aka Medigap Plan F) covers and who is eligible to get it.
HRCI SHRM Continuing Education Provider | Live and OnDemand Webinars | HR Compliance Solutions - Training Doyens
There are several myths surrounding HIPAA regulations. Here are a few myths debunked to get a clearer understanding of the regulations.
The All-In-One Broker Solution | AgentExpress
Phase 3 Enhanced Direct Enrollment is live! | Quote & Enroll - ACA, Medicare Advantage, MAPD, PDP, Medicare Supplement, Short Term Medical, and Ancillary Plans
Medicare Supplement Plan G | Medicare Part G | An Illustrated Guide To Medicare Part G
Comparison of the Medicare Supplement Plan F and Plan G
How to Choose a Medicare Plan - Medicare Life Health
How to choose a Medicare Plan walks you through one of the toughest decisions in health care: Do I need a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Medigap (supplement)?
What is Medicare? - Medicare Life Health - Health Care in Retirement
Medicare is a U.S. health insurance program started in 1966, for those age 65 and older (and some people with disabilities). Here are the basics.
Medicare vs. Medicaid [INFOGRAPHIC]
Often confused, Medicare and Medicaid are actually quite different. Both are means for helping to pay medical bills, but that is where the similarities end. Check out this infographic to see how Medicare and Medicaid compare and contrast.
Medicare Donut Hole
The 2020 Medicare Donut Hole is explained in detail in this article. What is the Medicare Donut Hole? What is the Medicare Donut Hole or Doughnut Hole? The Medicare Donut Hole (or Doughnut Hole) is a coverage gap in the Part D Prescription Drug Plan where beneficiaries could pay more for their drugs. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) calls the coverage gap a “temporary limit” on what their drug plan will cover.
Medicare Advantage Made Easy
Learn the basics of Medicare Advantage and who these plans are a good fit for. Medicare Advantage “bundled” plans are offered by private insurance companies (carriers). You use them IN PLACE of Original Medicare, but they are still Medicare.
Medicare Parts A B C D Coverage Explained
Here is what Medicare Parts A B C & D cover. Learn more about Medicare Coverage at Medicare Life Health.