Medicare Supplement Plans – Which are Best?

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Which Medicare Supplement Plans are best?

Are you one of the GE Retirees Losing your Healthcare and have been told that you must use OneExchange to get your $1000 subsidy? Well you only have to use them for your part D drug plan, but be careful! They may only show you two or three options for Medicare Supplement Plans for GE Retirees and they are often MUCH HIGHER in premiums than what we can show you! Don't be misled and check all your options.

We helped thousands of people just like yourself, including those who lost their employer retiree healthcare benefits. People from Boeing, AT&T, and now GE Retirees…we can show you the BEST options available in your area for Medicare Supplement Plans, at the lowest premiums.

Medicare Supplement Plans are outstanding coverage, but which plan is best for you? Learn exactly how to choose the best plan and how to not overpay for your coverage. Medigap plans provide excellent benefits, but that doesn't mean you should pay any more than you need to. Finding the best Medicare Supplement Plans is easy, IF you know where to look and have the right help.

Whether you're just turning 65 and enrolling in Medicare, you're retiring and coming off employer health insurance, or you already have one of the Medicare Supplement plans and you're shopping for a better rate, I can help.

Medigap Plans have been my specialty for the last 5 years and I've helped over 2000 people with their Medigap insurance.

One of the most important things to consider when shopping for Medicare supplement plans is that every insurance carrier offers identical plans and benefits. This means that Medicare Supplement plans from one company in it's plan letter has the exact same benefits from another company offering the same letter.

That being said, the monthly premium on these Medicare supplement plans can and does vary widely between each company! For example, a Plan F from Mutual of Omaha is identical to a Plan F offered from AARP Medicare Supplement Plans 2017 benefits, however the premiums between the two can be as much as $50 or more per month. For the same Medigap Plans!

I've helped over 2500 people with their Medicare Supplement plans and in this video I'll tell you which plans are best and how to save the most money possible on your coverage. Being an independent agent I'm able to offer the same plans and benefits, at the same rate as the insurance carriers. However, I shop the rates to find you the lowest premiums so you don't have to!

You want the best coverage, but you don't want to pay more than you have to for it. And you know that Medicare Part A and B aren't enough. This coverage leaves you with deductibles, co-payments, and coinsurance that you're responsible for paying. Medicare Supplement Plans in 2016 will help pay most or all of these expenses. Choosing the best coverage isn't as hard as you might think.

GE Retirees losing Healthcare Benefits especially, Don't end up in one of the wrong Medicare supplement plans or get caught paying too much for your coverage. Easily learn which of the Medicare supplement plans are best. We make the process easy!

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17 thoughts on “Medicare Supplement Plans – Which are Best?

    • +Silvestro Nicastro Silverstro I’d encourage you to look at some of the top
      (A-Rated) companies that are in fact in that zip code such as Aetna or
      Transamerica. Remember every company has the same coverage and benefits.
      Call us tomorrow at 888-891-0229 opt 1 and we can check the rates and
      answer questions you might have.

  1. You explain the medicare plans extremely well. Plans can get really costly
    indeed and it is important to check the rates. Thank you.

  2. Learning about Medicare and Medigap plans is easy, IF you know where to
    look. You don’t have to read through all of Medicare’s material to be able
    understand it all. In fact, this usually only confuse people more.

  3. You want to stay away from UnitedHealth. Is own buy another company that is
    run by Stephen J. Hemsley. He was number 1 on Sick for Profit. They have a
    5 star rating. But it is for money on hard not their service. AARP gets
    about 700 million dollars for endorsements. So look out on what they
    endorse.

  4. Thank you so much Russell! You were a wealth of information and helped me
    know what plan best suits my needs in my price range. You are a first
    class guy; although you couldn’t assist me as a client you went out of your
    way to find the best insurance company with the lowest premium. Sincerely
    appreciate the effort. 

    • Hi Alice, great question. None of the Medicare supplement plans include
      prescription drug coverage. The plan you were told about is called a
      Humana/Walmart plan which is one of several available, and actually one of
      the lowest priced plans. You do not need to shop at Walmart to use the
      coverage. If you like feel free to call me at 888-891-0229 and I can
      explain more.

    • +James Wilson
      Thanks for commenting James. It’s actually very rare that the difference in
      premiums between Plan F and G is only $12. You’ll find in most parts of the
      country (and of course this varies based on age and gender) that the
      difference in yearly premiums between the two almost always exceeds the
      annual Part B deductible amount which is currently $147.

      Keep in mind as well that Plan G historically has had lower annual rate
      increases than Plan F due to Plan G not offering first dollar coverage.

      There are more plans, however in many cases you’ll find they their premiums
      are often close to Plan N (due to them not being popular or offered by
      every company, as well as loss ratio) and they provide less benefits. That
      being said I’ll have more videos covering those plans as well so stay tuned!

    • There are also way more plans than these. Also plan F is usually cheaper
      minus the deductible. It’s very simple 147/12= 12.25, so if the premium is
      less than 12.25 difference go with F. Normally the difference is about 8-10
      bucks so F is the better option.

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