Is Medicare always the best option for everyone turning 65? It depends. How long do you or your spouse intend to keep working after your 65th birthday? Do you or your spouse have credible employer coverage? At times, employer coverage may be the best option as long as it conforms to Medicare rules and guidelines. Let us help you navigate these important decisions with a simple phone call.
What happens when it's time to make the switch? We can guide you through making the best decision for your healthcare and your wallet. You may be able to still take advantage of the Initial Election Period to sign up for Medicare after your 65th birthday, as long as you meet certain conditions: you or your spouse needs to have maintained credible coverage with no gaps, and have been working the entire time since you turned 65 to be eligible to sign up for Medicare under the Initial Election Period. Our licensed representative can help you determine your eligibility and find the best health plan available to you, so call us today.