How to know if you should review your Medicare plan (before Dec. 7)

Medicare Annual Enrollment happens every year between October 15 and December 7.

It’s your opportunity to take a look at your plan and see if there are any cost or benefit changes that will take effect in 2024.

And, it’s typically your only opportunity to make changes to your Medicare plan before January 1.

I know, Medicare is boring and confusing.

Many folks will be fine with their current Medicare plan.


If one of the situations below sounds like you, you might want to take a look.

(By the way, please forward this email to anyone you know who might be enrolled in Medicare. A lot of folks miss out because they don’t know how important this limited window is.)

We’re here to help.

How do you know if you should review your Medicare plan?

You’re enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan. These plans frequently change from year to year and we don’t want you to be caught by surprise if your drug coverage or physician availability changes.

You haven’t reviewed your Medicare plan in a few years. American healthcare changed significantly since 2020. New laws, new rules, and new costs mean a review is in order.

You’re not sure you’re in the right Medicare plan. You deserve to be satisfied that you have the right benefits, optimal plan costs (highest or lowest is not always best), and a confident grasp of how your plan will change in 2024.

If any of this ☝️sounds like you, please take a look at your Medicare plan before Annual Enrollment ends on December 7.

Questions? Want help reviewing your Medicare options? We’re here to help.

Just click here or call our office at 435-753-3888 and we’ll schedule a chat.


P.S. A lot of folks don’t take the time to review their Medicare plan each year and it can cost them.

If you know anyone who has gone through any health changes or probably hasn’t reviewed the coverage in a few years, they might need a hand looking at their options.

We keep a few spots open each week to talk to the friends and loved ones of clients. We can’t promise we’ll be able to help, but we’ll give them the best advice we can.

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