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@larryk678000 wrote:A medicare advantage plan is an HMO and they take care o everything.Thanks for the overview on advantage plans! I've been curious about how they work. Much appreciated!
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Thanks very much for the reply and links! Very helpful!
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Thanks for the feedback 🙂 I'm fairly sure my employer provided insurance would be deemed "credible". It's a very comprehensive PPO from BCBS/Creedence covering myself and spouse. When I initially signed up for Part A, I can't recall if an explanatio...
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Hello, I'm currently employed full-time and receive medical insurance (with a well known provider) through my employer. So, when I turned 65 (around 2.5 years ago) I signed up for Medicare Part A, but did not select Part B due to my employer sponsore...
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@WebWiseWoman wrote:Hi, Michael and Mrs! The only advise I can offer based on my personal experience is take the other Medicare options as soon as you are eligible (upon full retirement). I found out the hard way, when I could not afford the part b t...
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@larryk678000 wrote:A medicare advantage plan is an HMO and they take care o everything.Thanks for the overview on advantage plans! I've been curious about how they work. Much appreciated!
MichaelT817582 12-25-2021 05:27 PM
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Thanks very much for the reply and links! Very helpful!
MichaelT817582 12-24-2021 09:26 AM
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Thanks for the feedback 🙂 I'm fairly sure my employer provided insurance would be deemed "credible". It's a very comprehensive PPO from BCBS/Creedence covering myself and spouse. When I initially signed up for Part A, I can't recall if an explanatio...
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Hello, I'm currently employed full-time and receive medical insurance (with a well known provider) through my employer. So, when I turned 65 (around 2.5 years ago) I signed up for Medicare Part A, but did not select Part B due to my employer sponsore...
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@WebWiseWoman wrote:Hi, Michael and Mrs! The only advise I can offer based on my personal experience is take the other Medicare options as soon as you are eligible (upon full retirement). I found out the hard way, when I could not afford the part b t...
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@larryk678000 wrote:A medicare advantage plan is an HMO and they take care o everything.Thanks for the overview on advantage plans! I've been curious about how they work. Much appreciated!
MichaelT817582 12-25-2021 05:27 PM
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Thanks very much for the reply and links! Very helpful!
MichaelT817582 12-24-2021 09:26 AM
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Thanks for the feedback 🙂 I'm fairly sure my employer provided insurance would be deemed "credible". It's a very comprehensive PPO from BCBS/Creedence covering myself and spouse. When I initially signed up for Part A, I can't recall if an explanatio...
MichaelT817582 12-24-2021 09:22 AM
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Hello, I'm currently employed full-time and receive medical insurance (with a well known provider) through my employer. So, when I turned 65 (around 2.5 years ago) I signed up for Medicare Part A, but did not select Part B due to my employer sponsore...
MichaelT817582 12-24-2021 07:18 AM
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@WebWiseWoman wrote:Hi, Michael and Mrs! The only advise I can offer based on my personal experience is take the other Medicare options as soon as you are eligible (upon full retirement). I found out the hard way, when I could not afford the part b t...
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