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Medicare Advantage plans are not for everyone

There are many advantages to selecting a Medicare Advantage plan over traditional Medicare. Medicare Advantage plans have a limit on out-of-pocket expenditure, whereas traditional Medicare has none. Second, most Medicare Advantage plans include Medicare Part D coverage, so you do not have to purchase a separate insurance plan for drug coverage. Third, many plans have additional benefits that traditional Medicare does not. However, it is not all peaches and creams with Medicare Advantage plans. Maurie Backman explains the four issues you might face if you sign up for a Medicare Advantage plan. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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