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What's the Best Companies for Medicare Supplements?
AARP - United Healthcare
Go Big or Go Home! United Healthcare insures more seniors than any other insurance company. If you live in Missouri you'll see the lowest rates for Medigap Plan N and Medigap Plan G
Mutual of Omaha
This insurer has been providing Medigap plans from day one. Great customer service and stable rates makes Mutual of Omaha a solid choice for Medicare Supplement, Part D and Dental Plans
Aetna Health & Life
Lucky for you living in Kansas as this state has some of the lowest premiums in the country. Aetna is always a great choice with minimal rate increases and exceptional customer service.
The Benefits of Medicare Supplement Insurance
Covers the Gaps
Medicare only approves 80% of costs for services. A Medigap plan can help with the other 20%.
Freedom of choice
Original Medicare is accepted at most healthcare facilities in the US so you can go where you need to.
Low Cost Premiums
Depending on where you live premiums can start at less than $100 per month.
Your coverage is guaranteed for the rest of you life as long as you pay your premiums on time.
Do these things six months before turning age 65
You will want to plan your entry into Medicare thoughtfully.
People make mistakes that end up costing opportunity and money.
If you carefully follow our steps, you'll certainly eliminate these mistakes.
Verify Medicare Eligibility
You'll be enrolled in Part A of Medicare automatically, but depending on your situation you may have to manually sign up for Part B.
Decide on Social Security Strategy
Should you take it now or wait? The answer depends on your personal situation. Our in-house social security advisor will help you plan and implement a strategy.
Research your Medicare Options
There's more than just Medigap Insurance. Maybe an Advantage plan with additional benefits or an MSA plan that contributes to your savings account.
Educate yourself on Long Term Care
Three out of four seniors will require some form of care in their later years. But the start of your retirement is when you should have a plan for these costs not covered by Medicare.
Getting the most from Medicare & Social Security
Learn creative ways to maximize your Social Security.
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Social Security Planning
Long Term Care Strategy
New to Medicare Free Guide
Planning for Medicare video Course
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