Medicare may look simple, but it’s rocky territory. Pick your way carefully.
Switching in Medicare’s open enrollment can reduce premiums, but seniors tend to stay put.
Expect to spend more on Medicare and don’t assume Medicare Advantage is the answer.
Beginning Oct. 15, Medicare participants can switch plans and, maybe, save a lot of money.
Competitive Medicare Advantage plans were supposed to help keep costs down, but competition is scarce and bargains are hard to find.
Medicare has hit midlife and maintaining her is increasingly pricey.
A new Medicare measure will reward doctors, but at a higher cost to some seniors.
Here are some details worth knowing as you reconsider your Medicare coverage during open enrollment.
On average, Medicare Advantage and Part D prescription drug plan prices aren’t going up much this year. Make sure yours doesn’t buck the trend.
A recent study suggests that choosing between traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans isn’t easy, but studying the options is time well spent.