One of the great things about Medicare is that it was created with those in retirement in mind. You can be sure that you’re getting the best coverage for your stage in life when you choose Medicare. Yet, while Medicare can be a great option for health insurance, it’s important to understand the details of its coverage and the full extent of its offerings.

Medicare Enrollment

Medicare is very specific about its enrollment periods, meaning there are certain times during the year when you can enroll in Medicare, so it’s important to learn about these periods and make sure that you mark them on your calendar. If you miss an enrollment period, then you may need to wait for the next one before you can enroll or make changes to your policy. 

The Annual Enrollment Period Explained

The Annual Enrollment Period happens once a year. It’s when anyone can make changes to their policy without any penalties or added costs. The Annual Enrollment Period starts on October 15 and lasts through December 7. It’s extremely important that you remember these dates and that you know if you want to make changes to your policy.

During the Annual Enrollment Period, you can join a new plan, switch from your current plan, or unenroll from your plan. Having all these options is a great feature of the Annual Enrollment Period.

Ready to Enroll?

Many people find that it’s helpful to speak with an insurance professional before the Annual Enrollment Period begins. This is a great way to make sure that you’re on the right track and that you know if you want to make any changes to your policy.

If you do want to make policy changes, then Jones Insurance Group can help you with the process! Contact the insurance experts today to learn more!

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At Jones Insurance Group, we want to take care of your insurance needs. We get a great deal of joy and job satisfaction knowing that we are helping the people we live, work, and play with get the right type of insurance that will protect them in times of need.

That's why we have access to a variety of insurance policies.