Will Your Medicare Advantage Plan Cost You Thousands in the Coming Year?

In a recent report by the Urban Institute, by 2055, a median income 65-year-old is expected to receive more in lifetime benefits from Medicare than Social Security. In a separate report by WellCare, found that 62 percent of elderly enrollees do not review their health plan annually to ensure that they are getting the best deal.  Why is this important? If you are not enrolled in a plan that’s best for your health needs, it could easily cost you thousands of dollars extra in the coming year. Read article here…

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