Compare Medicare Options
figuring out which Medicare Plan is right for you can be a very daunting task. Do you want a Supplement Plan, Advantage plan a private fee-for-service plan or just original Medicare with a prescription drug plan?
You see tv commercials and pieces of mail and ads in the newspaper talking about the benefits of each one but really how do you know what is right for you. ?
Compare Medicare plans
Our number one priority when it comes to you is helping you find the right plan that is based off of your specific individual needs.
We won’t be able to make that determination until we have a chance to talk on the phone and go over what you’re trying to achieve.
Some people want to have a fixed monthly cost with no co-pays, and some people would rather have a very low monthly cost with potential co-pays.
What it comes down to is your tolerance for risk and how much you are willing / can afford per month.
Compare Medicare Advantage plans
Medicare Advantage plans often cost as little as $0.00 per month depending on where you live. Click Here to see what plans are available in your state. Medicare pays a monthly sum to the insurance carrier to provide your care. That’s how premiums can be at no-cost to you.
You can enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan when you first get Medicare Part B. You can also do so during the annual election period each fall, which is from October 15 to December 7. Your benefits begin January 1.
Every Medicare Part C plan is required to have an out-of-pocket maximum. Medicare Advantage plans are a good option for quite a few people. They offer many times more benefits than original Medicare itself while helping the insured keep their costs lower monthly.
I’m sure you’ve seen TV commercials of retired football stars talking about getting extra benefits like dental vision hearing food delivery and even some Transportation. All of these commercials are about Medicare Advantage plans. Depending on where you live some plans start at $0 per month. Now this doesn’t mean free, it means that there’s no additional cost in addition to what you have already paid in your entire life while working.
Compare Medicare Supplement plans
Each Medicare supplement plan plugs a different group of holes in coverage left behind by Original Medicare. Each has its own blend of cost-of-premium to coverage. Contact a licensed Medicare specialist from Medicare Policy Center to discuss which Medigap plan is best for your healthcare needs.