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Medicare Questions and Answers: Most Commonly Asked Questions About Medicare Answered By Sarah Benson
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Medicare Questions and Answers: Most Commonly Asked Questions About Medicare Answered This book answers 60 of the most common questions people want to know about medicare including: - what is the... More > difference between medicare and medicaid - what does medicare cover - are there service medicare does not cover - who is eligible for medicare - how does the fee for service system work - how do coordinated care plans work and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Medicare Made 123 Easy: Just the facts, No gimmicks, No sales pitches, Just what you need to know By Ian Schaeffer, David Schaeffer
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With a new cover, new forward, new endorsement, and additional material added for 2015 this book was designed to take the sales pitches and brand bias out of selecting the best Medicare plan for your... More > needs. It should read like we were having lunch together and I was telling you about what it’s like to go shopping for Medicare plans. Medicare can be quite complicated to comprehend. After reading this book, I hope that you will agree that Medicare can be 1-2-3 easy!< Less
Retirement Planning By American Government
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If you are one of those people who want to plan – and are about 10 years from the day you retire – this booklet is for you. Today’s (and tomorrow’s) retirees may well have a... More > new kind of retirement. With a longer and healthier life span, bikes, boats, planes, and RVs may be part of your life, because you are more likely than previous generations to be an active older American. Opportunities to take courses, start a new career, and become a volunteer can make your future an adventure. A longer life, however, will also mean more medical care, some of which will not be covered by the federal Medicare program.< Less