Medicare for Federal Employees

Federal Employees Need to Understand Medicare Eligibility and Enrollment Rules - Part III
Edward A. Zurndorfer, Certified Financial Planner - August 13, 2015
Federal benefits expert, Ed Zurndorfer, discusses how higher income federal retirees will be facing larger Medicare Part B premium costs starting in the year 2018 -- and what affected employees and annuitants should be doing to avoid these higher premium costs [ MORE ]

Federal Employees Need to Understand Medicare Eligibility and Enrollment Rules - Part II
Edward A. Zurndorfer, Certified Financial Planner - July 29, 2015
All current federal employees and those employees who have retired since 1993 are, or will be, eligible to enroll in Medicare when they are 65. Federal benefits expert, Ed Zurndorfer, discusses how some Medicare Part B (medical insurance) enrollees may be overpaying their Part B premiums [ MORE ]

Federal Employees Need to Understand Medicare Eligibility and Enrollment Rules - Part I
Edward A. Zurndorfer, Certified Financial Planner
There is much confusion among federal employees about Medicare. Federal benefits expert, Ed Zurndorfer, answers several questions about Medicare basics, including eligibility and enrollment rules [ MORE ]

Medicare: Basic Information and Considerations for Federal Employees
Medicare is the health insurance program for people age 65 or older, certain people with disabilities who are under 65, and people of any age who have permanent kidney failure. It provides basic protection against the cost of health care, but it doesn't cover all medical or the cost of most long-term care. [ MORE ]

FEHB and Medicare: How They Work Together for Federal Employees
A brief overview of how the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Plan and Medicare work together. Includes a handy FEHB and Medicare primary payer reference chart. [ MORE ]