There are thousands of Medicare beneficiaries who are receiving Medicare Part B or D penalties, costing on average $5,000 because they did not enroll at the proper time.
To determine whether Medicare covers something, the key question you must always ask is, “is it medically necessary?”
A hospital stay doesn’t always mean you’re inpatient. Nor does this mean you qualify for Medicare Part A skilled nursing facility care.
The cornerstone of Medicare planning is discussing Part D. It is imperative to search for what is the most cost-effective Part D plan that covers all your prescriptions.
Medicare Supplement plans do not have annual enrollment periods – so when you apply is important. If you’re leaving employer benefits, you may qualify under Guaranteed Issue Rights to apply for a Medicare Supplement without underwriting. Here’s what you need to know!
Medicare expert, Toni King explains why the Annual Enrollment Period might be time for you to do absolutely NOTHING.
Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period began October 15 and goes until December 7! Medicare expert, Toni King explains everything you need to know during this time.
On this episode of Medicare Moments with Toni King, Toni discusses Medicare Supplement premiums and what to do if yours gets too costly.
Guess what? The 2023 Medicare premiums were released early! Here’s everything you need to know before Annual Enrollment!
Can enrolling in COBRA cause a Medicare Penalty? Maybe! On this episode of Medicare Moments with Toni King, Toni talks COBRA, Special Enrollment Periods, and penalties.