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Your Medicare Questions Answered

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Medicare plays a critical role in retirees' health care starting at age 65. But signing up for Medicare is just the beginning. You'll need to understand the difference between Part A, Part B and Part D, and make decisions about supplemental Medigap and Medicare Advantage coverage. You'll also need to budget for Medicare premiums and find doctors and medical facilities that accept Medicare.

Confused? We're here to help. Read on to learn the answers to some common Medicare questions, courtesy of the experts at Kiplinger's Retirement Report and Kiplinger's Personal Finance. Whether you're already retired or just starting to plan for retirement, brushing up on your knowledge of Medicare will pay off.

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