You may know that when you turn 65 you qualify for Medicare. But did you know that when it comes to Medicare, you have choices?
From reviewing Original Medicare (Parts A and B) to understanding Medicare supplement insurance plans, Medicare Advantage (Part C) and stand-alone prescription drug plans (Part D), this guide breaks it all down for you.
Medicare helps millions of Americans get the health care they need. Just as important, it offers you a choice of how you want to receive your benefits. Most people become eligible for Medicare when they turn 65 years old.
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