Four Key Medicare Warnings - NerdWallet
Medicare, for all of its grandiosity, should come with four blaring warning labels, according to NerdWallet’s John Rossheim in this article. If you’ve already tried to navigate the transition from employer healthcare to Medicare, then you’ll appreciate this entertaining description of what Medicare is, how Medicare Supplement plans compare to Medicare Advantage plans, and what NOT to do while contemplating this major healthcare decision. If you’re only just about to embark on your journey through the nation’s most important healthcare program, solid tips like, don’t enroll in Medicare late, and don’t expect unbiased advise from an insurance agent, constitute important knowledge to keep in your pocket as you wade into this senior healthcare labyrinth – Medicare, in which you will likely dwell for the rest of your life. All this great information available to you here.
It’s also worth noting that AMAC (the Association of Mature American Citizens) has an unbiased Medicare Advisory Service with access to multiple Medicare Supplement plans, Medicare Advantage plans, and prescription drug plans from a number of different insurers. That unbiased advisory service can be reached at 1.800.334.9330, or www.amac.us/medicare.