“It is time that we provide clarity for our seniors, informing them of the services available that will lower the costs of their prescription drugs and strengthen the overall integrity of the Medicare entitlement.”

– Olympia Snowe, U.S. Senator from Maine.

It is projected that the average 65-year old will spend approximately $197,477 on healthcare throughout the remainder of their lifetime ($394,954 for a couple). This includes prescription drug, dental, vision, co-pays, supplemental insurance premiums and all out-of-pocket costs. The cost of healthcare has taken center stage in the political discourse in America and no one is feeling the pain of high medical expenses more than seniors…and that is why this website was created Read More….

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There are several important deductions all Medicare beneficiaries should be aware of. You’ll find a thorough IRS guide available, but in this article we’ll break down the best deductions applicable to those on Medicare. Medicare Premium Deductions Many Medicare costs you pay...

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The 6 Pricing Factors for Medigap Plans

Medicare supplemental coverage can extend your medical protection beyond what basic Medicare offers. It’s often referred to as Medigap and covers things like coinsurance, deductibles, and copayments. If you have Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B, you’ll want to...

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