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Medicare Resources, FAQs, and Tools

Medicare can be a confusing topic, but we offer several resources to help you understand the basics. Additionally, our licensed sales agents are ready to help you better understand your Medicare options. It’s a free service and there’s no obligation to enroll.

Thinking about retirement? This is what you should know about Medicare.

If you are approaching retirement, now is the time to learn more about your health care coverage options. Health care can be one of the biggest expenses you’ll have to face, so it’s important to understand what Medicare covers, what Medicare costs and to consider how to budget for these expenses.

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Have questions about your Medicare coverage?

We can help! At SelectQuote, we specialize in helping consumers understand the ins and outs of Medicare and in just minutes, we will compare all the Medicare plans available for you—some have $0/mo. premiums and may also include dental, vision and prescription drug coverage! Don’t wait to ensure you’re getting all the benefits you deserve. The service is free and there’s no obligation to enroll.

We’re Here to Answer Your Questions About Medicare

To start better understanding the different Medicare parts, Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Supplement Insurance plans and Medicare enrollment periods, you can review our frequently asked questions page, where we provide an overview of Medicare and the role SelectQuote can play in this important decision.

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When should you receive a Medicare card?

One question many people have is how to get a Medicare card. If you’re already receiving Social Security benefits, you should automatically be enrolled in Medicare and receive your card within 3 months of turning 65. If you’re still employed and not on SSN benefits, you’ll need to apply during your Initial Enrollment Period.

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What government resources exist for Medicare-related info?

To help you learn more about Medicare, there are a couple of great resources that you can review online, which are medicare.gov and mymedicare.gov.

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