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If you’re turning 65 years of age, you have a 7-month window to enroll in Medicare. It's also when our team can really help you understand your options. However, if you are still working, you may not want or need to enroll. Deciding when to enroll and what to enroll in are our two most asked questions, and our team can help you make an informed decision.

AEP (or Annual Enrollment Period) runs from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. If you are already enrolled in Medicare, it’s the time of the year you can make changes to your plan for the upcoming year.

An ANOC Letter (or Annual Notice of Change) is what you get from your insurance plan in late September that tells the changes for the upcoming year. If a person needs to make changes, they can use AEP to make those changes.