In Medicare, a $0 premium does NOT mean $0 out-of-pocket costs.
Learn how to compare the potential out-of-pocket costs of both Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage BEFORE you choose your Medicare path.
Let Patty Paul, a true-to-life 65-year-old about to enroll in Medicare, show you how to compare your potential out-of-pockets costs for both Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans. Just download 65 Incorporated's FREE "Original Medicare or Medicare Advantage" case study.
Through this Medicare case study,
- How to compare out-of-pocket expenses of a zero-premium Medicare Advantage with prescription drug plan with Original Medicare including a Medigap policy and stand-alone drug plan.
- What type of out-of-pocket costs are typical under Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans, include premiums, deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance for medical costs.
- How hospitialization and specialists can dramatically change your total out-of-pocket Medicare costs.