Whether you’re looking for your first Medicare plan, or are a current recipient looking to supplement your Medicare plan, a common problem exists. That problem is gaps in coverage leading to out-of-pocket expenses.
It’s easy to underestimate how much medical care is going to cost you — especially if you don’t have insurance — which means you could be at risk for acquiring medical debt and even declaring bankruptcy.
Obamacare Open Enrollment for 2016 ended on January 31. If you didn’t get a chance to buy an Obamacare plan or purchase health insurance privately that met ACA requirements, you still have some options.