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Typically, Part A comes without a premium, that is if
Late Enrollment Penalty ?
you have worked more than 40 quarters. However,
those who choose not to enroll into Medicare Part B,
or Part D, when First Eligible, will face a lifetime
'Late Enrollment Penalty'
You are first-eligible to enroll into Medicare (3) months
prior to your 65th Birthday. Generally, you are late, if
you decide wait more than (3) months after your Birthday
to enroll in a Medicare Part B or Part D Prescription Plan.
The Amount of the Penalty is 1% of the National Average,
But it accures monthly, and it's also a lifetime penalty, or
premium adjustment. So be very mindful of your deadline.
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Are You Turning 65 ?
Our Medicare Advisors will explain how medicare works, and answer your questions, and Look-up your Physician & Medications.
Our system can sort through hundreds of different options, in seconds, then we'll show you "Plans" that matches your particular
situation, and that's how you (the consumer) can find the "Plan" that meets both your needs and your budget.
Did You Know... when you initially turn 65 (for the first (6) months) Medi-Gap Plans are Guaranteed-issue, meaning you cannot
be denied because of your medical history. Afterwards, there are qualifying-medical-questions to access Medi-Gap benefits.
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