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1. When do I need to enroll in Medicare?
If you are turning 65, you have 7 months to enroll in Original Medicare Parts A & B, three months before your birthday month, your birthday month and three months after your birthday month.
2. If I am still working at age 65 do I need to enroll in Medicare?
No, as long as you have creditable coverage from your employer.
3. If I am on Social Security disability, when can I go on Medicare?
CMS, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, will automatically send you your Medicare card when you have been on Social Security disability for 24 months.
4. Does Medicare pay for routine blood work?
No, original Medicare, Parts A & B does not pay for routine blood work. It does pay for diagnostic blood work. There are some Medicare plans that have a $0 or small copay for all blood work.
5. Is Gym Membership available in our area?
Yes, there is a Medicare Advantage plan with a Gym Membership benefit.
6. Do my spouse and I have to have the same Medicare plan?
No, Medicare health plans are individual and you each have your own plan.
7. Do you charge for the consultation?
No. Consultations are free.
8. Do you handle Medicare plans full-time?
Yes. We are Medicare Insurance agents and only handle Medicare plans.
9. Why do I have to sign a Scope of Appointment form before we have our first appointment?
Medicare and Medicare Services (CMS) requires agents to document the scope of a marketing appointment prior to any meeting using a Scope of Appointment (SOA) form. Click here for form
Contact them for answers to your Medicare questions.
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