Tag: Medigap

One way sign

If a 65-year-old signs up for a Medigap policy but decides a year or two later that the premiums are too high, the new retiree can easily switch to an Advantage policy with a low premium. But if, after starting retirement with Advantage, he wants to switch to a more flexible Medigap policy, he could…

Medicare Card for a Fictitious John Doe

To retire is to enter the unknown. Rick Fine has demystified one aspect of retirement: Medicare. As the director of financial planning for an advisory and investment firm, he has put together a list of what he sees as the five biggest mistakes new retirees make. I encourage you to read Fine’s well-written and detailed…