How much will part B cost me each month?

Before deciding to begin Medicare, assuming you have options, it’s very important to know the costs associated with enrolling Part B and any additional coverage you may need.

Here’s a link to the Social Security website that shows Medicare Premiums: Rules for Higher Income Beneficiaries

If you are not sure which way to go, email your questions to Karl@TheBig65.com or just book a time on my calendar and we can discuss your options.

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Karl Bruns-Kyler is a licensed sales agent with no affiliation to Medicare, CMS or any governmental organization.

How to enroll in Medicare Part B

Once you’ve decided to begin Medicare, you will next need to enroll in Part B.

Once you have Medicare Part A and Part B, you can then select the coverage you’ll need to augment original Medicare.

Watch this video to learn the basic steps to enroll in Medicare Part B

Here is the link to the Social Security website for enrollment and questions.

As Medicare Insurance Broker, another question I receive is:

How much will I have to pay for Part B? Great question! Here is Medicare’s the information on Medicare Premiums: Rules for Higher-Income Beneficiaries.

Remember for some folks, starting Medicare at age 65 is going to be a fantastic choice. For others, they might benefit from waiting a few years and staying on the company plan.

If you’re not sure, you can review this video on “When should I start Medicare”

Email your questions to Karl@TheBig65.com or just book a time on my calendar and we can chat.

Let me know how we can help!

Karl Bruns-Kyler is a licensed sales agent with no affiliation to Medicare, CMS or any governmental organization.

Do I have to sign up for Medicare Part B when I turn 65?

As a Medicare Insurance Broker working with clients all over the country, it shocks when clients tell me that when they turned 65, even though they had great Medical coverage at work, they signed up for Medicare anyway!

“Why did you do that?” I ask. “Because I had to” they say.

Listen up: Just because you are turning 65 doesn’t mean EVERYONE has to sign up for Part A and Part B.

Check out this video and you may save yourself some money and some frustration.

Here’s the Medicare fact sheet on Deciding Whether to Enroll in Part A and Part B when you turn 65.

Remember every person’s situation is different. For some, enrolling in Medicare at 65 is a no brainer. For others it may be a huge waste of money.

If you are not sure which way to go, email your questions to Karl@TheBig65.com or just book a time on my calendar and we can chat.

Let me know how we can help!

Karl Bruns-Kyler is a licensed sales agent with no affiliation to Medicare, CMS or any governmental organization.

How to Understand Medicare

If you are new to Medicare or you have to sign up for Medicare soon, it can be overwhelming!

Check out the video below and you will understand how all the Medicare components work.

Of course, if you’d like to talk to real person, click here to book a time on my calendar and we’ll get your questions answered.

In summary:

Part A covers Hospital.
Part B covers Medical.
Part C is Medicare Advantage Plans.
Part D is for prescription drugs.

Click here download a copy of the Medicare & You Shoppers Guide.

You are also welcome to email your questions Karl@TheBig65.com and let us know how we can help.

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Karl Bruns-Kyler is a licensed sales agent with no affiliation to Medicare, CMS or any governmental organization.