Retirement can be confusing, but we're here to help. Our professionals are trained, certified and licensed by your State department of Insurance to assist you in this confusing time. Our goal is to provide qualified help when and how you need it.
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Your Local agent can help pick the right plan in your area based on:
America's Trusted Source for Medicare Supplemental Insurance, we are excited to bring you direct access to local agents in your area to ensure the best service possible.!
Most Americans on Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B choose a Medigap plan but often are not sure of what they are buying. We suggest working with a local agent to help take the confusion out of the process.
Over 150 Private Insurance Companies offer medicare supplemental insurance in the US, all offering the standardized plans set by the US Governnment. This is important to understand becasue different carriers will offer different prices, but they all have to offer the EXACT SAME PLAN BENEFITS! (It's the LAW)
Different Agents can't sell the exact same plan for different prices, they are set by the carrier. SO MAKE SURE YOU COMPARE APPLES TO APPLES!
Your agent must me licensed to sell Medicare Advantage plans, so ask them before you get started.
Becasue retirement is so complex, Medicare Supplement Agents get a ton of questions related to retirement that have nothing to do with insurance, so we have put together a list of those questions to help you both save time!
Most people retire at 65, but...
Some group plans roll you over to their retirement department, but many make you find your own MEDICRE INSURNCE plan!
No. Typically you go on Medicare A & B if you qualify, and most americans buy a MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT to help cover what medicare only pays 80% off.
YES! If you purchased a stand alone plan out side of your employeer, nothing shouls change.
No! If your life insurance is a group plan and stops when you leave your group plan, unless they have provisions for it to continue.
Typically they send you information in the mail, and it starts automatically but you can get more information at medicare.gov
Yes, you will continue to pay for medicare because your supplement is just that, a supplement, to the Medicare Part A and Part B.
Yes, as long as the doctor you were using on your group plan taked MEDICARE!
Many people take a small ammount out of their 401k and start a medigap annuity that will help offset future co-pays and deductibles to give them a more comprehensive medical plan, minimizing un forseen expenses and the burden caused.
Medicare Plan F is the most comprehensive plan on the market.
This Changes Every Year, so ask your agent!
We want happy customers, that is why we work with some of the best medicare supplement agents in the business!