Medicare Excess Charges

June 5, 2020

Are there really Medicare excess charges? Understanding what they are and what you can do about them.

Medicare is a program run by the federal government. It provides health insurance for over 44 million Americans, many of whom might not otherwise have access to insurance and healthcare. The largest group of Medicare enrollees are people age 65 or older, followed by people with disabilities who receive Social Security Insurance, and individuals suffering from End-Stage Renal Disease who require dialysis or a kidney transplant.

Medicare is an amazing program, but it can be overwhelming and confusing, especially when it comes to the plans, the costs, and who pays for what. Instead of doing a lot of legwork yourself, we have put together Read more

The Ultimate Guide to Turning 65

March 29, 2020

Happy Birthday! Turning 65 is a monumental birthday for many reasons. You can start taking advantage of the senior discount at restaurants and senior admission to museums and other venues. There are also perks like Medicare and tax breaks. If you recently turned 65 or will soon, this is the ultimate guide to get the most out of your age. 

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What Is the Difference Between Medicare vs Medicaid

March 4, 2020

Unless you know a lot about government-run programs, it is easy to conflate Medicare and Medicaid. However, the terms aren’t interchangeable and refer to completely separate things. Here is an overview of the differences between Medicare and Medicare. 

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