If you’re looking to craft a plan for your Medicare coverage, make sure to start with the basic foundations. Understanding your eligibility and the factors that will trigger your entry into the program will help give you the time needed to craft your coverage plan. Read this short guide to Michigan Medicare eligibility requirements for 2023 plans to get started.
While you may already be thinking about Medicare Supplement Insurance or Medicare Advantage plans for your coverage, it’s important to make sure your Part A and B coverage will be effective on-time.
Parts A and B make up Original Medicare, and you’ll have to make sure this coverage is in place before you can add a private option.
Medicare is designed for people age 65 and older, so that’s when most Americans become eligible to enter. However, there are a few times when your coverage might start before or after your 65th birthday, including:
If you delay taking Part B past 65, you’ll enter whenever your employer or union coverage comes to an end, even if that’s years bast your 65th birthday
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