Tips for Choosing a Medicare Plan
Choosing a plan is an important decision. A gap in coverage can result in thousands of dollars and switching plans outside of open enrollment can lead to further expenses in premium.
To help you decide between Medicare plans, consider these tips:
- Ask your doctors if they accept Medicare Advantage or if they only welcome Original Medicare.
- Look at premium vs. coverage. Would you prefer to pay for the extra coverage or take a chance and pay lower premiums?
- If you travel often, a Medicare Supplement Plan could work best for you. It is accepted anywhere that Original Medicare is accepted.
As always, the agents at Turning 65 Solutions can help you make a primed decision.
Which Medicare Supplement Plan Is the Best?
Are you trying to figure out which Medicare Supplement Plan is best for you? It usually boils down to a decision between premium and coverage.
Medicare Supplement Plan F features the highest level of coverage. It takes care of all your cost-sharing on covered services so you have zero out-of-pocket expenses.
Medicare Supplement Plan G stands next in line. With this plan, you still pay the Part B deductible one time each year. It’s the only thing Plan G does not cover.
Then, there are eight other Medicare Supplements with varied coverages and premium savings.