Senior Insurance
Whether you're new to Medicare, getting ready to turn 65, or preparing to retire, you'll need to make several important decisions about your health coverage. If you wait to enroll, you may have to pay a penalty, and you may have a gap in coverage.

There are only certain times when people can enroll in Medicare. Depending on the situation, some people may automatically get enrolled in Medicare and some may need to apply for Medicare. The first time you can enroll is called your Initial Election Period.

All services are provided free to our clients, however, employers may purchase our compliance services without having in force coverage.
Your 7-month Initial Enrollment Period usually:

•Begins 3 months before the month you turn 65
•Includes the month you turn 65
•Ends 3 months after the month you turn 65

Certain people may choose to delay Part B. In most cases, it depends on the type of health coverage you may have. Everyone pays a monthly premium for Part B. The premium varies depending on your income and when you enroll in Part B. Most people will pay the standard premium amount of $134 in 2017.

Insurance Solutions has partnerships with all major insurance providers so we may offer the best plan for your needs and budget.
Insurance Solutions knows individuals needs and income is unique, that's why we offer all coverages available to Seniors! Our products include Medicare Supplements, Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C), and Prescription Drug Plans (Part D).
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