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 +**Update October 2019**
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 + It’s October and “open enrollment” has begun as of Oct. 15. It ends on December 7 of this year. It’s the only time during the year that you can sign up or change your coverage without any questions asked. So if you want or need to make changes this is the time to do it. Take a look at what you spend last year and see what you should provide for in the upcoming year. You are eligible for Medicare if you are 65 or older or if you are receiving SSDI. Carefully consider parts A, B, C and D of Medicare coverage to determine what you need. Part A covers the basics with no out of pocket from you. But the other plans require some level of premiums or regular payments. Further decisions must be made — if you have not made them already — regarding parts B, C and D and whether you get them through the government or a private plan. Take time to consider all your options and the plans that best suit your needs — don’t be rushed into anything by a person or organization trying to sell you something.
**Update August 2019** **Update August 2019**
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