USAA Medicare Supplement (2018 – Plans F and N)

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In this video we'll run some numbers on the USAA medicare supplemental plans F and N. We'll also share with you an example of how a supplemental plan works in terms of coverage.

We'll dive deep into an explanation of both Plan F and N. And even offer some understanding to you of Plan G

So, strap yourself in, because when it comes to Medicare planning, it's a rocky road indeed!

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11 thoughts on “USAA Medicare Supplement (2018 – Plans F and N)

    • that’s about right, my friend. Could be 30 bucks on either side. But I think that’s a good place to start indeed.

      Did the Iggles win?

  1. Was chatting with a friend who lives in Canada and he said when he hit 65 government health care kicks in and if you don’t have a private health plan it covers most of the costs.

    • Well, our own system, Medicare, covers most of our costs too at 65. But what it doesn’t a Supplemental plan makes sense.

  2. If I continue to work which is most likely if my health is good and my wife retires, am I able to continue to keep her on my health benefits when she becomes eligible for Medicare etc?

    • Definitely want to inquire with your employer, Marc. Part A is “free” so really won’t make sense to at least have her sign up for Part A. In fact, I imagine your employer tell you the same. Part B while not free, in that you have a monthly premium, may be a different story.

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