I’m under 65 and starting to plan for retirement and my Medicare benefits

 
Follow this path if you are under 65 and preparing for retirement early or if you are 3 months away from turning 65. You’ll need to prepare to sign up for Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance) when you turn 65. You will need to make important decisions about your Medicare coverage, like why you need to add a secondary program like Medi-Share 65+ to help save on the medical costs left behind by Medicare.

My Steps: 


Step 1: Learn The Basics

Understand your transition to Medicare Parts A & B and enjoy retirement instead of breaking the bank.

Learn the A, B, C’s of Medicare and Medi-Share 65+ and how they work. It’s important to know what options you have before you can make a decision on a secondary option like Medi-Share 65+.

A, B, C's of Medicare
When Is My First Chance to Sign-up for Medicare
Understand How Medi-Share 65+ Works With Medicare


Step 2: Learn About The Gaps Medicare Leaves Behind

How does a secondary option like Medi-Share 65+ help fill in the gaps Medicare leaves behind?

Explore this section to understand the gaps that come with Medicare and Advantage Plans and figure out what option is best for you before you make your final decision.

Understanding What Medicare Doesn’t Cover
Understanding How Medi-Share 65+ Fills in the Gaps


Step 3: Choosing The Best Option For You

What are my options?

There are several ways to save on your health care. Explore this section to see how Original Medicare and supplements work and how the Medi-Share 65+ community can be a better option when wanting to save even more on your medical costs.

Medicare Part A
Medicare Part B
How Medi-Share 65+ Works


Step 4: How do I sign up for Medicare & Medi-Share 65+

What steps do I take when I turn 65?

There is an enrollment window you must be aware of when it comes to signing up for your Medicare benefits.  You will need ot look for your enrollment window and how to start your Medi-Share 65+ program.  Find out how we can help you through the process of applying.

Enrolling in Medicare
Schedule a Call with a Representative

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