Markeith,did you realize that people 65 and older get to change their healthcare plan between October 15th to December 7th?
Medicare and health insurance open enrollment starts on October 15th. To help you find the best coverage for your money, here’s a step-by-step checklist of health care items to review annually.
Each fall, it’s important to review your health care needs and consider your available insurance options for the coming year. A recent survey found that 53% of respondents
with employer-based coverage say they’re likely to keep their current plan. Only 37% review their health insurance costs annually.
We will discuss Medicare and Social Security this episode. For people 65 and older medicare is the primary insurance provider and I believe Medicare and Medicaid covers 58% of the people receiving medical care in the US. Social Security for some of our listeners may make up 100% of the retirees. Hopefully not but everyone is encharge of how they retire.
Joining us for this discussion on Social Security and Medicare is Markeith Gentry who is the station’s Production Assistant and makes sure Mastering Your Money is available to our listeners. Welcome back to Mastering Your Money, Markeith Gentry