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Do you find the Medicare process hard to navigate?

Navigating your Medicare options can feel like driving around a new city for the first time, at night, without a map or GPS. So many factors affect your eligibility, coverage, and costs that it’s easy to feel insecure, lost and uncertain:

  • Which plan is right for you?
  • How much will it cost?
  • What will it cover?
  • What won’t it cover?
  • Do you need a supplement plan?

Senior Reserve Group is here to provide clear answers and help you find your way. We make the Medicare process simple so you can feel at ease about your healthcare coverage.

Getting Started With Medicare

Step one when getting started with Medicare is determining your eligibility. Check out our Medicare eligibility guide to learn what you need to know.

Next, you’ll want to pay careful attention to these important Medicare enrollment dates. Missing these deadlines could result in extra costs, penalties, or insufficient coverage, so be sure to mark your calendar.

Before comparing specific Medicare plans, you’ll need to determine your individual Medicare needs. For this, you can refer to our handy guide.

Now, you’ll be ready to begin reviewing Medicare costs. But understand these costs will depend on what type of Medicare plan you choose.

Finally, it’s a good idea to review the Medicare & You Handbook provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). This guide is a comprehensive overview of the entire Medicare program and what the program means for you.

Last but not least, after you’ve enrolled in Medicare, you’ll want to follow a few guidelines on What to Do During Your First Year With Medicare

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Still feeling lost and confused?

No problem.

Sign up for a free Medicare Planning Session and we’ll walk you through it all step by step.


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