Do not fall into the Medicare coverage trap!
Let’s look at a hypothetical situation. You find yourself retiring and your employer has a very good medical plan. Rather than signing up for Medicare (Part B) which covers the cost of healthcare services like regular physician visits, outpatient surgeries and diagnostic procedures, you decide to go on COBRA to keep your employer’s great health care benefits.
Eventually you notice that your employer’s plan has begun to reject your medical claims. Since you have religiously been paying your COBRA premiums in full and on time each month, you call the employer’s health care provider to inquiry why it is not paying your medical claims. You learn [Read more…] about The Medicare Coverage Trap