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Medicare can be overwhelming at first, but we are here to help and educate.  

Medicare is the United States’ federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older. It is also available for certain people younger than 65 with disabilities or people with End-Stage Renal Disease. 

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Where to Begin

When you are just going on Medicare you may have lots of questions. 

  • How to sign up for Medicare? 

  • What are my options? 

  • Do I need additional supplemental insurance? 

  • What if I can't afford Medicare?

Click the Learn More button to get the answers to these questions.

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Learn the Parts of Medicare

There are four major parts to Medicare and each part contains different coverage.  It is important to learn about the parts of Medicare so that you can have an understanding of how you will be covered.  

Also by learning the parts of Medicare, you will have a better understanding of how your supplemental insurance fits in with Medicare and what it covers.

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Fill in the Gaps of Medicare

Find out about insurance that helps fill the gaps or supplement Medicare.

These types of insurance will help to pay out of pocket expenses left behind by Medicare. 

You may also need additional coverage for dental, vision, and hearing.  Medicare's coverage on these items are very limited.

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