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Free Medicare Guides

Download these informational guides from Medicare Made Clear.

Do you have questions about Medicare? We have a guide for that!

Medicare Made Clear Guide (PDF)

Learn about your Medicare choices and get help finding a plan that might fit with your needs.

Download Medicare Made Clear Guide

Getting Started with Medicare (PDF)

Get help understanding the basics of Medicare Parts A, B, C & D. You also get a simple summary of Medicare plans and tips on choosing a plan with your needs in mind.

Download Getting Started Guide

Choosing a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan (PDF)

Get information about Medicare supplement insurance plans and how they help pay costs not paid by Original Medicare Parts A & B.

Download Medicare Supplement Guide

Learning the Medicare Basics (PDF)

Get information about the types of Medicare coverage and how to understand your health care needs.

Download Medicare Basics Guide

Choosing a Medicare Advantage Plan (PDF)

Learn about Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans, an alternative to Original Medicare, including what they cover, how and when to enroll and tips for choosing a plan.

Download Medicare Advantage Guide

Choosing a Prescription Drug Plan (PDF)

Learn about Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage and how you could get help paying for your prescriptions.

Download Drug Plan Guide

Understanding Your Medicare Choices (PDF)

Get help understanding the difference between Medicare plans and learn when you’re eligible for Medicare.

Download Medicare Choices Guide

10 Tips for Choosing a Medicare Plan (PDF)

Learn 10 tips to help you make Medicare choices that may fit with your needs.

Download 10 Tips Guide

Finding Answers to Your Medicare Questions (PDF)

Learn where to go for more Medicare information and how to find out if you’re eligible for help paying your out-of-pocket Medicare costs.

Download Finding Answers Guide

Working Beyond 65 (PDF)

Explore your Medicare choices, whether you decide to retire at age 65 or continue to work.

Download Working Beyond 65 Guide