Medicare – Turning 65 or want a Review – Cary Nagdeman

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BOCA RATON, Fla. - eTradeWire -- Those who recently turned  age 65 or soon to be 65 in the near future have 7 months to enroll in Medicare without paying a penalty. Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) is where you can enroll three months prior to your date of birth, or up to three months after your birth date. These are the guidelines to be able to enroll in a Medicare Advantage or Supplement (Medigap) plan. If you are covered under a group plan you may have options as well.

Many American Seniors on Medicare are concerned about having the best coverage for their needs. Those on Medicare have the right to inquire or change to a better suited option for their needs depending on circumstances and enrollment dates.

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Veteran Seniors can obtain private doctor treatments outside a VA/Veterans' facility. The cost for qualifying Veterans is zero. Vet's can still use VA facilities and get their prescriptions thru the VA.

There is an abundance of information that confuses most people. Contact a knowledgeable professional with experience, you may need assistance in the future. Television advertisements are just that, will the representative you spoke with be available if needed?

Cary Nagdeman a Senior and licensed Insurance professional for over 40 years with health issues is available to answer to your questions, no obligation or cost. The website http://www.MedicareInfoUSA.com is strictly informational, if you want personal attention email or call today.

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Cary Nagdeman Medicare Specialist
(561) 860-6888
carynagdeman@gmail.com
561-395-1079


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