Why Spouses Should ‘Split Up’ For Medicare


A Wall Street Journal article by Anne Tergesen, mentioned that spouses with different medical needs may be better served to have different Medicare Insurance plans. The article reminds folks that just because you were on the same health insurance plan during your work years, doesn't mean that you both need to be on the same Medicare healthcare plan. The article also goes on to say that some people make the mistake of assuming plans that charge the highest premiums deliver the most generous benefits and that is not necessarily the case. 

Unfortunately the original web link is no longer accessible, but I listed the source below anyway.

Source: http://blogs.marketwatch.com/encore/2013/10/08/why-spouses-should-split-up-for-medicare/

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