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Category: Everything You Need to Know About Enrolling in Medicare Insurance

How Do Medicare and the Railroad Retirement Board Work Together?

If you retired from railroad service, the Railroad Retirement Board is your benefit source. They're also your portal to enroll in Medicare.

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How Can I Change Medicare Plans if I’m Moving to Another State?

Sometimes you need a fresh start, and that may mean relocating to another state. When you move somewhere new, your current Medicare Advantage and Part D plans probably will not work in your new home state. This means that you’ll have to switch to a plan that is offered in your new area.

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Do I Have to Sign Up for Medicare Every Year?

With multiple enrollment periods each year, figuring out how to sign up for Medicare can be complicated. MedicareInsurance.com is here to clear up the confusion.

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What Is a 5-Star Medicare Advantage Plan?

Each year, CMS reviews all available Medicare Advantage plans and assigns them a star rating based on quality, availability, and functionality. The best possible rating that a Medicare Advantage plan can receive is five stars. This rating is reserved for the best of the best Medicare Advantage plans.

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Can You Change Medicare Advantage Plans if You Move?

Medicare Advantage plans and their healthcare networks are dependent on location. This means that if you are planning on moving to a new residence in a different area, you will likely need to enroll in an entirely new Medicare Advantage plan.

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Is My Elderly Parent Eligible for Medicare?

Most people are eligible and receive Medicare benefits when they turn 65, but there are certain eligibility requirements to consider.

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