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Cost add up!
This is where having an actual agent working with you is absolutely critical. If you were interested in a Medicare supplement and wanted a plan G, for example, a 65 year old female in the same zip code could purchase a plan for a price range of $86.85 - $207.99 FOR THE EXACT SAME PLAN!
Basically folks on Medicare have two avenues to pursue to supplement their Medicare part A and B, either a Medicare supplement also known as a Medigap plan, or a Medicare Advantage Plan. Generally, Medicare Advantage plans and part D drug cards can only be purchased during "open enrollment" periods. In 2018 this open enrollment period last from October 15th 2017 to December 7th 2017 and go in effect January 1st 2018. Medicare supplements can be purchased year round, but you may have to answer the health questions and to qualify, where as Medicare Advantage plans and part D drug cards have no underwriting requirements.
The great thing about this whole process is the insurance companies pay the agent, NOT YOU ...the service is free. There really is no reason to not have your very own agent working on your behave.
2018 Medicare open enrollment for Medicare Advantage and Part D drug cards last from October 15th 2017 to December 7th 2017....be ready!
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Things you NEED to know about Medicare ....
These and many other changes are coming to Medicare. It never cost you one cent more to have a licensed agent explain your options and help you enroll in a plan that's right for you. Remember knowledge is power and we always focus on first making you an educated client. Call us today! 765-746-6459.....
Did you know?...In 2011, the first of the baby boomers reached what used to be known as retirement age. And for the next 18 years, boomers will be turning 65 at a rate of about 10,000 a day!
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A quick video on Medicare Part D from a trusted name
Here is a quick video to briefly explain your two options to help cover your gaps in Medicare coverage.