When should I enroll for Part B?

Some people get Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) automatically and other people have to sign up for it. In most cases, it depends on whether you’re getting Social Security benefits.

How do I avoid Late Enrollment Penalty?

If you didn’t sign up for Part B & Part D when you’re first eligible, there might be late enrollment penalty. We can help you avoid those penalty.

Will Medicare Covers Pre-Existing Conditions?

Unlike employer coverage, pre-existing can apply with Medicare

If I am still employed, do I need to enroll in Medicare?

It’s important to understand how your current coverage works with Medicare. If you aren’t getting benefits from Social Security (or the RRB) at least 4 months before you turn 65, you’ll need to sign up with Social Security to get Parts A and B. However, depending on the size of the employer, you may be able to delay Parts A and B without having to pay a penalty if you enroll later.