SSA.gov is the place to go to apply online for Medicare and to learn more about Medicare enrollment.
This guide can help you learn how to navigate the website from the Social Security Administration so that you can find information about Medicare benefits and enroll in Medicare.
As the official website for the Social Security Administration, there is plenty of information on SSA.gov that encompasses everything from retirement to how to enroll in Medicare.
There are two primary ways to navigate to the site’s information on Medicare:
Once you have found the Medicare portal of SSA.gov, you’ll see the page broken down into multiple sections, each separated by headlines as follows:
On the right side of the page, you’ll see a section titled “Related Information.”
This is where you can find additional Medicare information, such as Medicare premiums for higher income earners, Part C (Medicare Advantage) and Part D (Medicare prescription drug coverage) enrollment information, Medicare benefits for military service members and more.
While the range of Medicare information on SSA.gov can be helpful, you may find the answers you need by speaking with someone over the phone.
Fortunately, there are several options for learning more about Medicare:
You can also get help with your Medicare questions by speaking with a licensed insurance agent. Learn more about Medicare plan options that are available where you live, the benefits they offer and how much the plans may cost you.
To get started, call to speak to a licensed insurance agent today.
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