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For some who do not enroll during their Initial Enrollment Period, Medicare will extend a Special Enrollment Period (SEP). However, Special Enrollment Periods are not given to everyone, and there are certain qualifications that must be met in order to be eligible. If you need to make a change in your plan and are wondering if you qualify, reach out to an insurance agent who can answer your questions.
Enrolling in Medicare when you first become eligible is important to avoid late enrollment penalties. However, circumstances happen, and sometimes enrolling during the Initial Enrollment Period is not always ideal. Even if you are already enrolled in Medicare, a Special Enrollment Period can give you a chance to find new coverage if you need it.
But how exactly can someone qualify for a Special Enrollment Period? Well, here’s how:
Getting Other Coverage
Changes in Contract
If you’re wondering whether your circumstance could be granted a SEP, our professionals are here to answer your questions. You can make an appointment by calling us at 402-740-5505.