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Medicare Advantage Plan Options


If you have a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C) and aren't happy with it, what can you do?

If you hurry, you can switch to another Medicare Advantage plan by Dec. 31, 2010. That's because of the Medicare Annual enrollment period (AEP) Nov. 15-Dec. 31.

But, if you are thinking of switching to Original Medicare and a Medicare supplement plan then you may have a bit more time, but with some limitations.

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Make a Longevity Resolution for 2011

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Tags: Retirement, seniors

It's tempting to wrap up the year with talk about New Year's resolution. But frankly, most of us reading this blog have "been there, done that" over the years. Lose weight, exercise more, spend less .

So let's take a different slant at how to make the most of the year ahead.

Here's the challenge: this year, answer this question for yourself --What one thing are you going to do this year to make the most of your life?

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Medicare Open Enrollment Coming to a Close

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Tags: Medicare, Medicare open enrollment

If you have been thinking about changing your Medicare plan, but just haven't gotten around to it...now is the time. Medicare's annual enrollment period ends Dec. 31. That means you have just 6 business days to decide. No more time for procrastination. Nothing changes between now and the end of the year but your stress level worrying about your Medicare options!

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Some Good News About Retiree Health Care Costs

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Tags: Retiree health insurance, Retirement

Retiree health care costs take a big bite out of a retirement budget, but a bit less than a year ago because of changes in Medicare prescription drug coverage.

The new health reform law will reduce some health care costs in retirement, primarily prescription drugs.

Now for the not-so-good news, retirees will still need a significant amount of savings to cover their out-of-pocket expenses as they age.

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