Category: Medicare

Robert Powell Special to USA TODAY published December 22, 2019 -updated January 3, 2020 “The higher your taxable income, the more likely it is you’ll pay Medicare Parts B and D surcharges,” says Katy Votava, president of Goodcare, a firm …

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PUBLISHED By CNBC TUE, NOV 26, 2019 By Lori Konish KEY POINTS As 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day, they become eligible for Medicare. One of the biggest questions clients face: Should I switch to Medicare or stay on …

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Financial Advisor Magazine, May 21, 2019 It’s not free and it’s not necessarily cheap. Higher-income people will pay more, although advisors may be able to help lessen the bite, says Katy Votava, founder and president of Goodcare.com. biggest-misconceptions-people-have-about-medicare-44987.html