Tag: Compare Medigap Plans

Changes To Medigap At The End Of 2019

When you are purchasing a Medicare supplemental policy it is crucial that you use care when making your selection, especially over the next few months.  At the end of 2019 certain Medigap plans will no longer be available.  Medigap Plan F, which is known as the premier supplemental insurance plan, will no longer be available..

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Medigap In Michigan

For Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in Original Medicare Part A and Part B have the opportunity to enroll in Medigap.  Original Medicare does not cover comprehensive health care coverage and therefore additional plans in the form of Medigap need to be purchased to fill in the gaps.  Medigap policies cover a wide range of health care..

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Common Medicare Questions Answered

When it comes to Medicare and Medigap health insurance there is a ton of confusion.  Here are the top questions that our Medicare agents get when Medicare enrollees are seeking more information on Medigap supplemental insurance plans. When can beneficiaries enroll in Medicare? There is a seven-month window in which beneficiaries can sign up for..

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What Will I Have to Pay for Medigap Coverage?

For many Medicare beneficiaries determining how much they have to pay out of pocket for Medicare and Medigap can be quite tricky.  It’s figuring out what essential coverage, Medicare Parts A, B, and D, is going to cost, only to find out that these three plans don’t fully cover you.  Not only will additional Medigap..

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2019 Changes in Medicare

2019 is bringing on some big changes in the world of Medicare.  If you are a Medicare enrollee it is important to take note of the changes.  This will help make sure you are getting the coverage that you need.  Medicare has been around for over 53 years but that doesn’t mean that it stays..

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Changes to Consider During 2019 Medicare Open Enrollment

There are many changes coming to the world of Medicare in 2019.  Most of these changes will involve coverage in Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D.  From more health care plans to choose from to lower premiums and added benefits now is a good time to start reviewing your current plans and future options. An..

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Medigap Plans – Two Popular Plans Ending In 2020

Are you enrolled in Medigap?  Do you turn 65 soon and know you will be applying for Medicare and enrolling in a Medigap policy?  If so it is important to note that two of the most popular Medicare Supplemental Plans will no longer be available to enroll in.  Medigap Plans F and Plans C are..

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Avoiding Late Enrollment Penalties

No one wants to pay more for something than they need to.  This is true of all things, Medicare included.  To avoid having to pay late enrollment fees when enrolling in Medicare and Medigap there are a few important dates to keep track of. Three months BEFORE you are to turn 65, you should start..

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What Every Senior Needs to Know About Medigap Prescription Drug Coverage

Up until 2006, many Medigap plans included prescription drug coverage.  This is no longer the case.  Today if you would like prescription drug coverage you must enroll in Medigap Part D, prescription drug coverage. Medigap Part D provides individuals with prescription drug coverage.  In order to enroll in Medigap Part D you must be a..

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The Many Reasons You Should Use A Broker When Signing Up for Medigap

The road to finding the perfect fit from a Medigap policy is long and hard.  With all the decisions that need to be made it is advisable for seniors to meet with a Medigap broker before choosing a plan to accompany your Medicare Part A and Part B insurance.  Below we have listed the top..

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