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Discovering Your Medicare Plan

Discovering Your Medicare Plan

Posted On: September 23, 2020 by F & M Community Bank in: Community Matters

Discovering Your Medicare Plan Fall is here, the time of year to discover options available to you through Medicare. Don’t wait! Medicare open enrollment starts October 15, 2020 for the 2021 coverage year. This is the time of year when you can make your elections and changes to your 2021 Medicare insurance. Medicare can be is complicated! Medicare A, B, C, D, Advantage, Gap - How does anyone decipher all the options to find a plan that is best suited to your budget, health, lifestyle, and your needs? F & M Community Bank’s local insurance expert Cherrie Brink explains the basics. “There are 3 parts to Medicare. First, there is Medicare Part “A”, which covers hospitalization. Then there is Medicare Part ”B” to cover doctor visits. And Medicare Part “D” for prescription drug coverage. There are also a variety of Medigap plans which have both basic and extended plans. Gap policies cover Medicare deductibles, co-pays, and
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Discovering Your Medicare Plan

Discovering Your Medicare Plan

Posted On: September 23, 2020 by F & M Community Bank in: Community Matters

Discovering Your Medicare Plan

Fall is here, the time of year to discover options available to you through Medicare.

Don’t wait! Medicare open enrollment starts October 15, 2020 for the 2021 coverage year. This is the time of year when you can make your elections and changes to your 2021 Medicare insurance.

Medicare can be is complicated! Medicare A, B, C, D, Advantage, Gap - How does anyone decipher all the options to find a plan that is best suited to your budget,...

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Communities Are Getting Short Changed

Posted On: August 14, 2020 by F & M Community Bank in: Community Matters

Communities Are Getting Short Changed

Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes – oh my. Coin currency producer, the United States Mint, has announced a coin shortage impacted by COVID-19.

"The impact of COVID-19 has resulted in the disruption of the supply channels of circulating coinage — the pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters that the American people and businesses use in their day-to-day transactions." the U.S. Mint said in a July Press Release.

There is an adequate...

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