Each fall, from October 15 to December 7, the Annual Election Period allows you to review different Medicare plans and choose one that best suits you.
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Why would you review your coverage each year and possibly make changes to your plan or plans? Actually, there are several great reasons for doing so.
Mark these dates on your calendar so that you won’t overlook one of these important enrollment windows.
Contact us to speak with a licensed agent if you have any questions about how Medicare can coordinate with insurance from your employer.
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Beginning in January, Social Security beneficiaries will receive one of the largest-ever cost of living increases (COLA).
Going forward, when you first speak with a broker or agent regarding Medicare, they will be required to record the entire phone call.
The IRS has increased retirement plan contributions for 2023. Here’s what you need to know.