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Medicare Do-Over Options and Other Key Facts
Presented by Craig Ritter, Ritter Insurance Marketing

Did you know that clients still make changes to their Medicare plans. Join expert Craig Ritter to learn what's possible for clients in the open enrollment period that runs through March 31, 2021.    

Medicare Advantage open enrollment/plan change options:
Switch from Medicare Advantage to Original Medicare plus a Part D plan
Switch from one Medicare Advantage plan to another
You can only make one change during this open enrollment period (as opposed to the fall enrollment period when you can change your mind multiple times if necessary)
Part A / Part B general enrollment/ plan change options:
General enrollment for Part B – for people who didn’t sign up when they were first eligible. A late enrollment penalty may apply.
Part A general enrollment period – for people who have to pay premiums for Medicare Part A and didn’t sign up when first eligible (late enrollment penalty may apply).
Beneficiaries who enroll in Medicare Parts A and B during the general enrollment period then have three months (April through June) to enroll in a Part D plan to supplement their coverage, OR to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan. Access to Medigap plans will vary depending on state laws (click on a state on this map to see how Medigap plans are regulated).

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