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Turning 65 in September: Sign Up for Medicare

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If you are turning 65 in September, you can now sign up for Medicare. June begins your 7 month initial enrollment period.  Miss it and you could face penalties for a lifetime. Remember, if you sign up for a Medicare Advantage plan or a Medicare prescription drug plan you will want to shop for a plan again in the Annual Enrollment Period to make sure you have the right Medicare plan for 2015.

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Is Medicare Supplement Plan G the New Plan F.

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Medicare Supplement Plan G may be taking over as the most popular Medigap plan.  With legislative changes eliminating Plan F in 2020 and aggressive pricing of Medicare Supplement Plan G, consumers are beginning to make the switch.  How do you compare Medicare Supplement Plan F and Plan G? Longevity Alliance advisors compare plans for consumers everyday and help them decide whether or not they can or should switch.

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Turning 65 in August: Sign Up for Medicare

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If you are turning 65 in August then it’s time to apply for Medicare coverage.  The Medicare sign up rule is set off of your birthday month.  You have seven months to sign up for Medicare – 3 months before your birthday – your birthday month – and 3 months after.  So for August birthdays here are the enrollment dates.  Miss them and you may face a penalty for life. If you are already receiving Social Security, you do not need to sign up.  Medicare will automatically send you your Medicare card.

 

 

 

 

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Costs of Long Term Care Continue to Rise

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Tags: Long Term Care, long term care costs, long term care insurance

As long term care costs continue to rise the younger generation watches what is happening to their parents and grandparents and say they will plan for the future.  The annual average cost of nursing home care has reached $91,250 and assisted living is $43,200. Costs for care at home are rising more slowly with a home health aide at $20 per hour.  The Genworth Cost of Long Term Care study underscores why it is important to plan for long term care and shop carefully for long term care insurance. Longevity Alliance offers a Consumer's Guide to Long Term Care to assist people with understanding long term care insurance.

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Medicare Advantage Plans to Provide More Accurate Directory Listings

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Tags: Medicare advantage plans, Medicare open enrollment, Medicare Part D

New rules for Medicare Advantage and Medicare Prescription drug plans will provide consumers with more accurate information about networks and cost sharing pharmacies.  Consumer complaints over the  spurred the government to take steps to make sure the data consumers use to select a Medicare plan are accurate.  The new rules will effect 2016 plans which will be sold during the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period Oct. 15 - Dec. 7, 2015.

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Medicare Costs in Retirement

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Health care expenses should be a big part of your retirement plan as lifetime costs for a couple retiring this year can total more than $265.00, according to a new study.  And that's just the basics of covering Medicare costs.  Add on dental, vision and out-of-pocket expenses and the estimate climbs to almost $400,000.  That's why it is important to carefully consider the type of Medicare plan you buy and to check that plan every year to make sure it is still the right fit at the right price.

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