Friday, November 24, 2017

How to Find Low Cost and Free Prescription Drugs

Medicare beneficiaries on a fixed income often have to decide between food and their medications. Medical bills can be tough on budgets, especially when your only income is from Social Security.

We have found several reliable sources where you can get prescription drugs for a few dollars and in some cases, 100% free. Here are a few examples.

During the 2018 Medicare open enrollment period keep these tips in mind.

  • Review your drug plan every year, even if there are no drug changes
  • Consider plans with a deductible 
  • Check out the carriers preferred pharmacy list
  • Research ways to avoid the donut hole

We reviewed drug plan options for over 400 clients this year. The annual savings ranged from $150 to over $6,000! Many of our clients will save $600 - $800 per year.

If you would like more information on how you can potentially save hundreds or thousands of dollars on your prescription drugs, follow this link to money saving ideas for finding Free and Low Cost Prescription Drugs.

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