Medicare Supplements vs. Medicare Advantage Plans

For most individuals, there is a clear preference. However, many Medicare recipients are not properly presented with the proper information that would allow them to make a fully-informed decision. I recently met with a gentleman that was about 66 years of age, retiring and leaving his employers plan after 25 years. He originally approached me about an Advantage plan, but upon having a more in-depth conversation with him, it was clear to me what he needed. We’re in the process of establishing a Supplement (MediGap) policy for him, and because he will be eligible for Medicare Part B on December 1, 2019, he can still qualify for a Medical Supplement Plan F. I’m thrilled to see him feeling so secure about his healthcare options.

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