Brenna Swanston is a writer, editor, and journalist covering insurance and education, among other topics. Her bylines include Forbes Advisor, USA Today, Jerry, and Queen City Nerve.
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The Medicare Supplement free look period lets you try out a new Medigap plan for 30 days. Learn how to use the Medigap free look period.
Missing your Medicare enrollment period may subject you to a Medicare late enrollment penalty. Learn how to avoid penalties and what to do if you’ve already incurred one.
Original Medicare covers medically necessary emergency transportation. Learn how to find affordable transit through Medicare and other providers.
A family income rider provides a death benefit in monthly installments. Learn whether a this type of rider is right for you.
Individual health insurance tends to cost more per person than family health plans. Learn how to save on healthcare as a single policyholder.
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Medicare covers medically necessary inpatient rehabilitation services. Explore the terms of Medicare’s rehab coverage, including out-of-pocket costs.
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