Do you know the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?

Despite their similar names, Medicare and Medicaid, are two different health insurance programs run by the government. Medicare is available to most American over the age of 65 and is the same nationwide. Whereas, Medicaid is exclusive to lower-income individuals and some disabled people and vary from state-to-state. Your usage of these programs could have a big impact on your retirement budget. To find out how these programs work, click here …

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