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Turning 65 but confused about Medicare? You’re not alone

Although nearly all those surveyed said they plan to enroll in Medicare when they become 65, a large majority admit to some level of confusion about the program, it’s parts (A, B, C & D), and whether to enroll in original Medicare or an Advantage plan.  Most admit to not taking the time to research and evaluate their options in the nation’s most popular seniors’ healthcare program.  This article by Jack Craver appears at and takes a look at how those approaching Medicare eligibility are preparing for it.  Click here to read more.

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