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Obamacare vs. Medicare for People with Disabilities

You might be eligible for Medicare in some cases if you have a disability. But just because you can get Medicare coverage, does that mean you have to take it instead of a major medical health plan under Obamacare? That's what this article is all... Read more

Medicare Cost Plans in Minnesota

There’s one type of Medicare health plan that you might not have heard about. Medicare Cost Plans give you another way to get your Medicare benefits. As a Minnesota resident, you might have a choice of several Medicare plan options. We’ll focus on... Read more

Under 65 with ALS: What Are Your Medicare Coverage Options

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is also called Lou Gehrig’s disease after the baseball player who died of the condition in 1941. This 100% fatal disease can cause a person to lose the ability to eat, speak, move and breathe, according to the ALS... Read more

Medicare Made Easy

Most people who are applying for Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) are learning about their Medicare coverage options for the first time. This includes individuals who are age 65 and older, as well as those under 65 who qualify due certain disabilities or... Read more

Under 65 with ESRD: What are your Medicare coverage options?

Do you have end-stage renal disease (ESRD)? That’s kidney failure where you need regular dialysis or a kidney transplant. Did you know you might qualify for Medicare, even if you’re younger than 65? You might have a few different Medicare plan options if... Read more

Alternatives to Medicare Cost Plans

A Medicare Cost Plan is a Medicare health plan available in certain areas of the country. Medicare Cost Plans are offered by private insurance companies contracted with Medicare and may provide medical, hospital and prescription drug coverage. If your... Read more

The Different Parts of Medicare in 2018

There are several "parts" to Medicare, as you may know. Costs and benefit details may change from one year to the next. Here's a quick summary of out-of-pocket Medicare costs in 2018. 2018 Medicare Part A costs Medicare Part A helps cover inpatient hospital... Read more

Am I eligible for Medicare if I am 60 and unemployed?

Some companies or unions might offer early retirement packages. This can be tempting, but you may want to make sure you can still get health insurance through the company or union after you retire. You are probably not eligible for Medicare if you retire at... Read more

Under 65 with Pre-existing Condition: What are your Medicare coverage options

What is pre-existing condition? According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, a pre-existing condition is a health problem you had before the date that your new health coverage starts. Many conditions might be considered a pre-existing... Read more

Medicare Cost Plans versus Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans

There are many different ways to get your Medicare benefits. Depending on where you live, your choices could include Original Medicare, Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans, Medicare Advantage, and Medicare Cost Plans. This article will compare two plan... Read more




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