AEP- What is it?

Annual Enrollment Period Explained

The Annual enrollment period or AEP runs from October 15th - December 7th each year. During this time, you may join, change or unenroll from a plan. Enrollee’s who use the annual enrollment period to update their plan will have coverage go into place effective January 1st. All changes must be submitted by December 7th.

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Our first priority is helping you take care of yourself and your family. We want to learn more about your personal situation, identify your dreams and goals, and understand your tolerance for risk. Long-term relationships that encourage open and honest communication have been the cornerstone of my foundation of success.

Benefits of AEP

The Annual Enrollment Period is in place to allow you as the enrollee to go over your current plan coverages and make sure your plan is the right fit for you. During this time, you can review your current plan, discuss any questions about available plans in your area and go over changes to your existing plan. Our licensed agents offer appointments for free plan reviews and are here to go over any information and plan benefits you may be interested in. Year to year some things may change regarding your prescription tiers and network of care, AEP is a great time to review these changes to make sure your Medicare plan is still the best fit for you!

When to schedule your AEP Appointment

The Annual Enrollment period begins on October 15th , at which time the information for all new plans effective for the upcoming year are available to our clients. We encourage all our clients to begin scheduling their free plan review in September before the beginning of AEP to ensure we are able to assist all our valued clients with their Medicare needs. Please feel free to call us at the office, visit our website or stop by the office to schedule your free Medicare appointment with our team.

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