Medicare Open Enrollment 2020
If you are already enrolled in Medicare or a Medicare Advantage Plan, your opportunity to modify your coverage is during the Medicare Open Enrollment period. The Medicare Open Enrollment period for 2020 is from October 15th to December 7th. If you make no changes, your current coverage will continue through 2021.
For more information on Medicare Open Enrollment, click here to review Sixty-Five Incorporated’s Medicare 2020 Open Enrollment Q&A.
If you are not currently enrolled in Medicare, this does not pertain to you. If you are approaching age 65 and Medicare eligibility, you will enroll through your specific Initial Enrollment period.
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