We understand it can be confusing to know how and when to start claiming your benefits.
Medicare is a federal insurance program that provides healthcare coverage to those eligible. To be eligible, you must be 65 or older, or under 65 with a disability.
Benefits from Social Security are intended to replace a portion of your pre-retirement income based on your earnings.
Not everyone needs long term care, but it is important to look at why you may need it in the future and the costs associated with it.
At Texas Medicare Advisors, we take pride in providing you with unbiased and expert insurance advice. We are committed to you and will always work towards gaining your full trust and fully supporting and guiding you in finding an insurance policy.
New to Medicare but unsure where to start? Texas Medicare Advisors has the info you need, with everything from the basics to enrollment periods and your plan options. We will make sure you get started on the right foot.
Medicare Advantage (Part C) is an all-in-one Original Medicare alternative that coordinates your healthcare benefits to lower costs.
Medicare Part D provides prescription drug coverage with copayments as little as $1, depending on the drug. Part D can be added to your Original or supplemental Medicare coverage to help pay astoundingly high out-of-pocket drug costs, and most Advantage plans already have Part D coverage included in their list of benefits.
Once you retire, one of your main sources of income will likely be Social Security retirement benefits. If you are a U.S. citizen and have paid taxes to Social Security while working for at least ten years when you reach retirement age, you can claim your retirement benefits.
There are 10 different Medicare supplements—plans A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M, and N. Each offers its own variety of benefits at relative costs for personalized coverage.
Beyond its role in replacing a portion of your income, Social Security supports family members who have lost loved ones as well as those with disabilities.
Long term care helps you with the activities of daily living (ADL) and everyday tasks called the instrumental activities of daily living (IADL). ADLs include bathing, eating, dressing, and using the bathroom. Common IADLs include housework, preparing meals, shopping, and taking care of pets.
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