If you are turning 65 years old, let me help you choose the right Medicare plan for you.
When my Dad turned 65 year old in March of 2010, he enrolled in Medicare Part A and in 2014 in Medicare Part B. My Mom turned 65 years old in March 2014, she enrolled in Medicare Part A and in November 2014 in Medicare Part B. My Mom got a bill for late enrollment in Part B, while my Dad did not get a late enrollment in Part B. That’s when my parents asked me to investigate why Mom got a penalty for late enrollment and Dad did not. After talking to Social Security and a close friend who is a licensed agent and certified in Medicare that I saw the need to learn all about Medicare.
In 2016, I got my licensed as an Agent and my certification in Medicare. After seeing how my parents were confused about Medicare and the need to learn about Part A, Part B, Part C, Part D, Plan F, Plan G and more.