Income streams and social security benefits are important aspects of retirement, but it’s important to also consider another critical factor: Medicare. Although Medicare is essential to numerous people across the U.S, it’s a complicated subject with many levels to understand. In the long run, knowing the ins and outs of Medicare can help you better prepare for retirement.
Mary Beth Franklin, a leading specialist on social security and Medicare and writer of a weekly column on retirement issues for Investment News, is back to explain Medicare in this week’s episode. She also clarifies the difference between Medicare and Medicaid, Medicare enrollment, penalty payments, parts A, B, C, and D of Medicare, and health insurance wrinkles.
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