Some of the differences between Medicare and the typical employer medical insurance

Many Americans celebrate their 65th birthday because that’s the year they become eligible for Medicare and the hopes of paying less for medical insurance premiums.  However, that doesn’t mean you’re finished paying attention to how you’ll pay for medical coverage.  Even though Medicare may be called medical insurance, it is not like the health insurance your employer offered you while you were working.  To find out the handful of very significant differences between Medicare and the typical medical insurance that’s offered to American workers, click here…

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