Have Medicare Questions?
The governing body of Medicare, CMS (Center for Medicaid/Medicare Services) has very strict compliance rules that every insurance agent and agency must follow. What this means:
- We are required to get documented permission from you to discuss your Medicare options with a signed Scope of Appointment form.
- This form protects you from an agent trying to offer you unsolicited insurance products and keeps the conversation where you want it to be. You are always in control.
- We fully support compliance and can send you the form electronically as a PDF, or in the mail. Just give us a call or email us and we’ll get it out to you right away.
Medicare Has Many Parts – Understand the Differences
Understanding the different parts of Medicare can be challenging. There is Part A (Hospital Insurance), Part B (Medical Insurance), Medicare Supplement, Medicare Part D and Medicare advantage. At Baker Insurance Group, we help you navigate all of your options.
Does It Cost to Work with BIG Medicare?
No. It’s as simple as that. You do not pay a higher premium nor a fee to work with BIG for your Medicare Insurance.
Understanding Medicare Enrollment
When should I enroll? Medicare has specific enrollment periods and it may be different than your coworker, neighbor or even your spouse! Depending upon your personal situation, you may get Medicare automatically or you many need to enroll yourself. Let us help you determine your course of action. The sooner you call, the sooner we can help!
Decide What You Need
Most people should take part A regardless of whether they are still working or not. You’ve been paying into this since you’ve been working, so normally, you won’t have an associated monthly fee. Part B can be delayed as it typically carries an associated cost if you don’t need it right away.
Talk to a licensed Agent
Talking to a licensed agent is a great way to ensure you get the right coverage. Our agents will help you find the right coverage.