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". Also I hear that medicare needs to be re-enrolled every year?

Larry "


medicare does not need to be re-enrolled unless you want to change plans -
but supplemental insurance and the drug-care coverage needs to be looked
over for coverage changes as well as changes in the costs.
Not really a major problem - and should you not want to change plans you
do not have a major activity. However, the drug plans can change rather
significantly - so I suggest you look those over carefully.
Also, the Medicare website is not bad to check on questions:

BTW - there are other retirement boards that have more folks looking in on a
regular basis - Retired Fools and Retirement investing tends to have a greater
poster population. And as is always the case, you get what you pay for - and
so you find conflicting advice at times.

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