You're New to Maine. Did You Know Your Medicare Coverage May Not Travel With You?

Jo-Ann Neal, left, and Anna Moorman.

Original Medicare, Parts A & B, travel with you, no matter where you go in the U.S.

On the other hand, Medicare Part C (advantage plans) and Medicare Part D (drug plans) don’t travel so well – you will want to make sure your plans will work for you in your new service area.

If you have moved from one state to another,  you are eligible for what the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) calls a Special Election Period. This SEP typically lasts two months but we recommend quick action to be sure costs you incur are covered when you need them to be.

Questions? Ask Allen. We’re here to help. Anna Moorman and Jo-Ann Neal of Allen Insurance and Financial are licensed insurance agents specializing in Medicare and are appointed with many of the major insurers in the State of Maine to help you find a product that’s the right fit for you.

Serving clients in Midcoast Maine and around the world since 1866, Allen Insurance and Financial is an employee-owned insurance, employee benefits, and financial services company with offices in Camden, Rockland, Southwest Harbor and Waterville. Call 800-439-4311. Online: AllenIF.com or on Facebook.

 

 

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