Renowned Medicare enthusiast, Keith Armbrecht of Medicare On Video discloses intricate details to consider before starting Medicare. Keith reveals that it is important to sign up for Medicare at the right time as there can be penalties and extreme complications that could arise if not done at the right time.
As a Medicare expert, the tips divulged by Keith are aimed at providing extra knowledge for people who are retiring and interested in starting Medicare. Through his resource center – Medicare On Video, Keith educates and helps people navigate the complicated world of Medicare and help them make the best decisions regarding their current and future health.
Keith Armbrecht is the CEO of Medicare On Video, a Medicare education center that educates people on Medicare and its enrollment plans and assists interested parties in making the right decisions concerning Medicare and taking advantage of the beneficial healthcare program created by the government.
Keith reveals that when starting Medicare, there are three salient timelines to consider. There is Medicare for ages under 65 years, Medicare for age 65 years, and Medicare for ages after 65 years. These different timelines play a major role and determine the right Medicare plan an individual should choose.
Medicare for ages under 65 years is known as Medicare disability and it is said to be a suitable plan for people around that age bracket and is expected to cover any situation faced by an individual. However, to qualify for Medicare disability, Keith affirms that it is required of the individual to be registered on a social security disability for two years. Interested parties are said to eventually qualify for Medicare disability when the two years period elapses.
Keith mentions that upon clocking age 65 while on Medicare disability, a new enrollment window opens and interested parties are given the opportunity to change and pick their preferred Medicare plans.
Medicare for age 65 years is touted to be the major period for enrolling in Medicare and the most important date to remember. It has a seven-month window and begins three months before clocking 65 years, including the birth month, and extends for another three months. Keith advises that it is best to kick-start the enrollment process at least three months before the birth month in order to eliminate any delay or issues that may arise and make the process hassle-free. Keith adds that interested parties can also sign up online for Medicare on a social security website.
For individuals who are still working past age 65 years and have a group health insurance that is being paid for by the employer, Keith adds that such people fall under Medicare after age 65 years and are advised to stay on that plan and do not initiate any Medicare plan whether part A or part B to prevents any complications or penalties in the future.
There can be penalties issued when signing into Medicare at the wrong time. This is where Medicare On Video comes to the rescue. Call or visit Medicareonvideo.com to fill out the form and assistance will be provided throughout the process.