Our resources and consultants can help new and existing enrollees make informed decisions and avoid costly mistakes
MEQUON, Wis. (PRWEB) October 31, 2014
Adults 65 and older who are looking to start or improve their Medicare coverage during the current open enrollment period can turn to 65 Incorporated’s free resource library for step-by-step guidance, the company announced today.
The library (65incorporated.com/education) includes unbiased, expert information on choosing the correct Medicare Advantage plan, understanding the differences in zero-premium plans and preparing for open enrollment.
“With just one month remaining of open enrollment, seniors looking to have the best healthcare coverage need to begin the often confusing and scary process immediately,” Diane Omdahl, president of 65 Incorporated, said. “Our resources and consultants can help new and existing enrollees make informed decisions and avoid costly mistakes.”
According to Omdahl, people already enrolled in Medicare Advantage or Medicare Part D should check for plans that offer better pricing, better health coverage and/or better drug coverage, as plans change every year.
Open enrollment began Oct. 15 and concludes on Dec. 7.
65 Incorporated was founded to provide all seniors, Baby Boomers and their kids, along with their financial planners, caregivers and healthcare providers with honest, understandable and unbiased Medicare information. Learn more at 65incorporated.com.