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Delayed enrollment penalty for Medicare Part D comes with a sticker shock

In Mary Beth Franklin’s column, she answers a financial adviser’s question on how to avoid paying a delayed enrollment penalty for their new Medicare Part D prescription drug plan client that never carried any drug coverage before. She explains how the Part D penalty is calculated and what to do to avoid paying what can be a costly mistake. Read her column here…

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