Medicare for All could take center stage in the 2020 election. Here’s what it means

By Lorie Konish-CNBC, February 5, 2019

“We can provide more reasonable health insurance for all and health services for all,” Votava said. “I know we can.

  • Health care and health-care costs rank high among the top concerns of Americans, along with the economy and terrorism.

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Putting those retirement plans on hold? What that means for your Medicare

Article by Darla Mercado for CNBC

“Some people are allowed to defer into the future, and some aren’t deferred and need to take Medicare,” said Katy Votava, president and founder of Goodcare.com, a health-care consulting firm.

  • By 2024 there will be about 13 million individuals age 65 and older in the workforce,

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What you need to know about your spouse’s Medicare coverage

Article by Lorie Konish, published by CNBC

“A lot of people don’t know that a spouse can be covered for Medicare under their spouse’s work record,” said Medicare expert Katy Votava, president of Goodcare.com, an independent consulting firm that specializes in health care.

If you’re like many Americans,

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