Best Medicare Classes

Best Medicare Classes Attendees learn strategies in identifying Medicare planning paths that best fit them.
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Our educational-only classes assist attendees in learning the steps to enroll in Medicare Part A & B and what initial or special enrollment periods apply to them.

07/27/2023

“Extra Help” is a Medicare program that can pay for your drug coverage (Part D) premiums, deductibles, coinsurance, and other costs. If you make less than $22,000 a year ($30,000 for married couples), it’s worth applying! Apply at https://go.medicare.gov/3PYszOT.

05/10/2023

If you don’t get automatically, you have to sign up for it through .

You’ll need information like the date & place where you were born, and details about your current health insurance. Learn more: https://go.medicare.gov/3AaFTGK

04/21/2023

TIP: Sign up for Medicare during your Initial Enrollment Period, unless you have other creditable coverage.

If you don’t, you may have to pay a late enrollment penalty. And, you'll generally have to pay the penalty for as long as you have Medicare. https://go.medicare.gov/3mbecdC

02/22/2023
02/22/2023

Are you over 65 and still working? Even if you have employer coverage, you may need to make some important enrollment decisions.

Learn whether you should get Medicare Part A & Part B, and what to do when your employment or coverage ends: https://go.cms.gov/3WaYUS6

11/04/2022

Great way to identify your current coverage and other information.

10/12/2022

starts October 15! Now’s a great time to review your current coverage and start thinking about what benefits matter to you for 2023. Create or log into your secure Medicare account and select “Compare Plan Details,” to see how your costs & benefits may change in 2023 if you stay in the same plan: Medicare.gov/account.

10/12/2022

If you make less than $20,385 per year ($27,465 for married couples), you may qualify for Extra Help, which can cut your Part D prescription costs to no more than $3.95 for generics and $9.85 for brand-name drugs filled or refilled. See if you’re eligible: Go.cms.gov/helpwithRx

Medicare offers over 20 Zero Co-pay Preventative and Wellness Exams and Procedures.  These include yearly vision and hea...
10/04/2022

Medicare offers over 20 Zero Co-pay Preventative and Wellness Exams and Procedures. These include yearly vision and hearing check, periodic colonoscopy, mammogram and bone density tests yearly wellness exam, zero co-pay flu shots including Covid and additional exams and vaccinations. Just a note: Shingle vaccinations are no zero-copay.

Preventive services can help keep you from getting sick and find health problems early. Talk with your doctor about services that can help you stay healthy this fall.

Not sure what you need? Here's a complete list of Medicare-covered preventive services: https://go.cms.gov/3rclpci

09/24/2022

Looking for hospice care for a loved one? We’re here to help. Find and compare hospices at Medicare.gov/care-compare. You can compare location, services, patient care quality, and more, to find nearby facilities that best meet your needs.

09/16/2022

Contact your state’s Medicaid program about Medicare Savings Programs that could be available to you. If you qualify, one of these programs may help pay your monthly Medicare premiums and other Medicare costs, including prescription drug costs. Learn more: Medicare.gov/basics/costs/help/medicare-savings-programs

09/08/2022

Find Medicare-approved providers near you, and compare care quality for nursing homes, doctors, hospitals, hospice centers, and more: Medicare.gov/care-compare

This is an often overlooked strategy and benefit.
09/08/2022

This is an often overlooked strategy and benefit.

Social Security's minimum benefit rule means widows and widowers may be able to receive a bigger benefit than the deceased worker.

Please be aware as there are many of these services that are not legitimate and make many false promises and assumptions...
08/23/2022

Please be aware as there are many of these services that are not legitimate and make many false promises and assumptions. Do your own research first.

⚠️Scam alert! Beware of calls or emails offering a “free” genetic test in exchange for your Number. Don’t give your Medicare Number to anyone except your doctor or people you know should have it. Medicare.gov/fraud

08/17/2022

Part A (Hospital Insurance) covers hospital care, like inpatient care at a hospital, skilled nursing facility care, hospice care, and some home health care. Usually, you don’t need to pay a monthly premium for Part A.

Learn more about the parts of Medicare: https://go.cms.gov/3oY9fT7

08/09/2022

If you have a plan, you can keep it until your coverage starts. In most cases, it’s to your advantage to sign up for when you’re first eligible. Find out why ➡️ https://go.cms.gov/3cwC9Hh

08/09/2022

Sign up for a secure online account to access all your information anytime, anywhere! You can view your Original Medicare claims, premiums, and more with an online account. Medicare.gov/account/create-account/

Very important tips.  Worth 3 minutes of your time.
07/29/2022

Very important tips. Worth 3 minutes of your time.

Who will help make critical financial and health decisions?

Many  can wait after age 65, but for some they may not have Medicare Creditable coverage and could face penalties when t...
06/25/2022

Many can wait after age 65, but for some they may not have Medicare Creditable coverage and could face penalties when they eventually enroll after age 65. We explain all the factors in our classes.

Most people should sign up for Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) when they're first eligible, but if you’re still working, you may be able to delay signing up for Part B (Medical Insurance) until you stop working or your employer coverage ends.

Answer a few questions at https://go.cms.gov/3H89pQi to find out when you can sign up for Medicare.

06/20/2022

The risk for some diseases goes up as we age. Guys: let be your reminder not to put off screenings.

Talk with your doctor about preventive services that may be right for you — like prostate and colorectal cancer screenings. https://go.cms.gov/3HbG5Zk

06/20/2022

Need to sign up for Medicare Part D (also known as Medicare drug coverage) but wondering how to choose a plan that best works for you? Check out these 6 tips for choosing Medicare drug coverage: https://go.cms.gov/3MCzkR8

Some good news!
06/10/2022

Some good news!

Late last week, the Medicare Trustees released their annual report on the financial status of Medicare’s trust funds, which they found has improved since last year in part because of lower-than-expected spending and, sadly, too many deaths among the Medicare population. The 2022 report projects th...

Interesting public survey by University of Maryland to see support for  recommendations to fix the Social Security solve...
06/09/2022

Interesting public survey by University of Maryland to see support for recommendations to fix the Social Security solvency which may incur by 2035. Strong bipartisan support for nearly all the recommendations.

Time is ticking as to how long Social Security will be able to pay full benefits. A new survey lets voters decide how they would fix the program.

06/05/2022

Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for an email alert when the next "Medicare & You" handbook is ready electronically! Instead of mailing you a paper handbook, we’ll email you when the eHandbook is available in the fall.

Log into your Medicare account to sign up: Medicare.gov/account

05/30/2022

If someone calls saying they’re with and need your personal information, hang up! Medicare will only call you back after you call Medicare first. Report suspected fraud to 1-800-MEDICARE or visit Medicare.gov/fraud.

05/21/2022

Turning 65 soon? Use our eligibility & premium calculator to get an idea when you’ll first be eligible for and get an estimate of your Medicare premium amount. Medicare.gov/eligibilitypremiumcalc/

05/14/2022

you may be able to get help paying premiums and out-of-pocket healthcare costs, like your deductible? Contact your state’s Medicaid program about Medicare Savings Programs, and see if you qualify: Medicare.gov/medicare-savings-programs

Puzzled By All The Medicare Options?We still have some seats available for our Tuesday, Medicare Basics class in Duluth....
05/09/2022

Puzzled By All The Medicare Options?

We still have some seats available for our Tuesday, Medicare Basics class in Duluth.

Register on our website and feel free to forward this along to anyone that might be interested.

https://bestmedicareclasses.com/upcoming-medicare-classes/

In this class you'll learn the steps to enroll in Part A & B at age 65 or later. Discover how to evaluate what Medicare plans make most sense and give you a financial “Peace of Mind”. Our instructors will walk you through a check-list you can use to identify those plans that best meet your needs. This is a free Educational-only class.

There's a few seats left so register today❗

Medicare Basics – “Navigating the Medicare Maze”
Tuesday, May 10th, 6:30PM – 7:30PM⏰
Bunten Park Recreation Center
3180 Bunten Rd, Duluth, GA 30096📌

05/09/2022

If you don’t get automatically, you have to sign up through the Social Security Administration .

You’ll need information like the date & place where you were born, and details about your current health insurance. Learn more: https://go.cms.gov/3MKW9Tr

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