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Turning age 65 brings opportunities and responsibilities that can be confusing and difficult to understand. With Social Security benefits and Medicare, several decisions need to be made:

    1. Should I (can I) stay on my current health insurance plan?
    2. What do I need to sign up for with Social Security?
    3. Are there penalties if I don't comply?
    4. What do I do about a Medicare Supplement plan?
    5. If I go on Medicare for my health insurance, what does my spouse need to do?
    6. What do I do about dependent children in need of health insurance?
Medicare Resources
Medicare.gov
What's Important in 2018
Top 5 Medicare Myths
When & how to sign up for Part A & Part B
Medicare Vs. Medicaid
Medicare Supplement Enrollments Vary By States (article)
Medicare Hospice Benefits
Medicare at Age 65

We will be happy to discuss your situation and help you through the maze. Give us a call at (800) 777-5765 or (617) 964-4849 or complete the form below. We can assist you, regardless of what state you live in.

Part D premiums by income

The charts below show your estimated prescription drug plan monthly premium based on your income as reported on your IRS tax return from 2 years ago and last year. If your income is above a certain limit, you'll pay an income-related monthly adjustment amount in addition to your plan premium.

Part B Premiums

Since 2007, a beneficiary’s Part B monthly premium is based on his or her income. These income-related monthly adjustment amounts (IRMAA) affect roughly 5 percent of people with Medicare Part B. The total premiums for high income beneficiaries for 2019 are shown in the following table: