2020 Medicare Annual Election Period Downloadable Guide

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Written by: Alice Stevens | Best Company Editorial Team

Last Updated: September 8th, 2020

The Medicare Annual Election Period is coming up. You'll receive an Annual Notice of Change (ANoC) in September to notify you of any changes to your current Medicare Advantage or prescription drug plan.

The Annual Election Period (AEP) for 2021 Medicare plans starts October 15, 2020 and ends December 7, 2020. To help you have a successful AEP, BestCompany.com worked with MedicareFAQ to create a guide with everything you need to know.

In the guide, you'll find the following:

  • A refresher on Medicare, including how it works and key terms
  • An overview of what you can do during the AEP
  • Questions you should ask
  • Steps you should take
  • A Medicare AEP checklist
  • Tips on what to look for in an insurance company
  • Customer reviews
2020 Medicare Annual Election Period Guide

Use our cobranded guide to help you be confident when you go through this year's Annual Election Period for Medicare.

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