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Do I need to renew my Medicare coverage?

Do I need to renew my Medicare coverage?

Generally, you do not need to renew Medicare coverage annually. This is true whether you are in the Original Medicare (Plans A and B), a Medicare Advantage plan (Plan C), or a Medicare Prescription Drug plan (Plan D). Continue to pay your premiums, and your Medicare coverage should automatically renew every year. Bear in mind the following exceptions for the Medicare Advantage and Medicare Prescription Drug plans.

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What is the difference between Medicare and Medicare Advantage?

What is the difference between Medicare and Medicare Advantage?

Original Medicare reimburses you for medical care, so long as you select providers that accept Medicare payment.

Medicare Advantage is an insurance plan offered by a private company hired by Medicare. It offers Part A and Part B benefits. Most Medicare Advantage plans offer Part D (prescription drug coverage). There are several kinds of Medicare Advantage plans.

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How much is the Medicare late-enrollment penalty?

How much is the Medicare late-enrollment penalty?

You may be charged with a late-enrollment penalty for certain Medicare plans such as Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, and Medicare Part D plans, if you do not enroll when you are first eligible. This may increase the amount of out-of-pocket costs you pay for your coverage in Medicare.

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