I'll admit, I'm a rookie at Medicare. I've been getting information since I started approaching 65, and, since I'm still working, aside from Part A, I've ignored it.
I found this information about Parts F & G, and I must admit, I'm going to start looking at it more carefully. The difference in coverage is slight, and Part G does seem to be a better deal.
Here's the link:
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