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Medicare Advantage Bait and Switch

October 16, 2023

I have one quid pro quo in my life: I won’t tell you what to do if you don’t tell me what to do. I won’t tell you what to do, how to do it and when to do it, and I will extend you the same courtesy.

The only exception is anything really stupid that could kill me or you or both of us at the same time.

That’s why, 19 months from now, when I turn 65, I’m going to sign up for traditional Medicare. That’s assuming I’ll still be around in 19 months. Same with traditional Medicare. I’ll enroll in Medicare Part A and Part B and select and pay for Part D separately. No Part C or Medicare Advantage (MA) for me.

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