Missing the open enrollment deadline can result in having inadequate or costly coverage. However, you may still be able to make Medicare coverage changes without waiting until 2020 (although there is no guarantee).
For stand-alone Part D prescription drug plans, the maximum allowable deductible for standard Part D plans will increase to $435 in 2020, up from $415 in 2019. The out-of-pocket threshold (where catastrophic coverage begins) will increase significantly, from $5,100 in 2019 to $6,350 in 2020 (the copay amounts for people who reach the catastrophic coverage level […]
The open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) here. Signed into law in 2014, the legislation overhauled and expanded regulations to the nation’s health care system. This year, not much has changed in Washington, but the marketplace is shifting and deadlines will still need to be met. Important Dates: One of the constants […]
Why compare Medicare coverage options again for 2020? Plans change and your health care needs or situation may have changed, too. Plus, you might save money.