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Would I Lose My Medicare if I Get a Part-Time Job?

Employment plays no role in your Medicare coverage, as eligibility isn't based on income. Rules vary if your employer offers insurance....

By Donna Frederick

Posted on Apr 14, 2021

If I Have Medicaid Do I Need Medicare?

If you qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid, you're eligible for a variety of programs to help cover out-of-pocket costs....

By Donna Frederick

Posted on Mar 24, 2021

Can you lose your Medicare?

There are a few ways in which you might lose your Medicare coverage - mostly tied to timely payments of your monthly premiums....

By Kolt Legette

Posted on Mar 22, 2021

What Part of Medicare Is Free?

Most people do not have a premium for Medicare Part A, but with deductibles and coinsurance, no part of Medicare is completely free....

By Donna Frederick

Posted on Mar 25, 2021

Medicare Auto Enrollment

Medicare enrollment occurs automatically if you begin collecting retirement benefits at least 4 months before your 65th birthday....

By Donna Frederick

Posted on Mar 16, 2021

How Do I File a Medicare Appeal?

The Medicare appeal process is available to beneficiaries who are denied coverage for a service they believe should be covered....

By Donna Frederick

Posted on Mar 04, 2021

Does Medicare Pay for Respite Care?

Medicare typically covers respite care for beneficiaries who are in hospice. There may be some minimal out-of-pocket costs....

By Kolt Legette

Posted on Mar 08, 2021

Pros and Cons of Medicare Advantage and Medigap Plans

The pros and cons of Medicare Advantage vs. Medigap depend on your unique situation, such as whether you travel frequently....

By Donna Frederick

Posted on Mar 03, 2021

Does Medicare Cover Nutritionists?

If you meet the qualifications, Medicare covers a variety of nutrition therapy services under your Part B benefits....

By Kolt Legette

Posted on Mar 01, 2021

Who Qualifies for free Medicare Part A?

Most people don't pay a premium for Medicare Part A. To qualify, you or your spouse had to work and pay Medicare taxes for 10 years....

By Chris Gasparini

Posted on Feb 26, 2021

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