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Leading provider of unbiased comparison tools and resources for Medicare-related insurance products and Medicare Advantage (Part C), Medicare Part D, and Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans.
Leading provider of unbiased comparison tools and resources for Medicare-related insurance products and Medicare Advantage (Part C), Medicare Part D, and Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans.

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Although the #Blizardof2015 has just passed, the cold is just setting in, and older individuals may be at risk for hypothermia. Learn how cold weather could turn deadly.

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How much do #Medicare Advantage plans cost in 2015? Learn more here: http://bit.ly/1uoCjnB

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Did you recently make changes to your Medicare coverage? Your job isn't quite done yet! Learn the  5 things you should do after Medicare enrollment.

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The Medicare Annual Election Period ends in 2 days! Have you compare your 2015 Medicare plan options yet?

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The #Medicare Annual Election Period is going on now. Here are some tips for what you should consider during AEP.

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If you receive Social Security retirement benefits, you will see your checks increase by 1.7% in 2015. Higher earning limits are also kicking in for beneficiaries age 66 and under. See how these changes may affect you.

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The Medicare Annual Election Period began October 15 and lasts till December 7.

Are you ready for this enrollment window? Do you plan on comparing 2015 Medicare plans?

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"Senior villages" are support communities for #seniors to help them live independently as long as possible.

Would you ever consider living in a senior village for you or a loved one? #aginginplace #aginggracefully  

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Do you know how much you’ll pay for #Medicare coverage in 2015?

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Do you know how 2015 Medicare Advantage and Medicare prescription drug plans are changing?
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