“It’s smart to start learning and thinking about Medicare before it’s time to sign up for it, so that you make the decisions that best suit your needs. For many people, one savvy decision is choosing a Medicare Advantage plan instead of the traditional Medicare package. But even with Medicare Advantage plans, for best results you need to know what you’re doing. Here are three dumb Medicare Advantage moves to avoid.”
LTC Comment (from Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform):
Advocates for traditional Medicare and marketers of Medi-Gap policies may have a different opinion.