Health Insurance

Medicare is the primary medical insurance for people over 65-years-old. Medicare comes in two parts, part A and part B. Each part covers different types of medical expenses. However, they do not cover everything. That is why a lot of seniors purchase supplemental insurance to cover those other medical expenses. You should learn how these […]

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Medicare supplemental insurance policies are sold by private insurance companies to fill in some of the gaps in healthcare coverage that you will find in Medicare. They allow people to be nearly fully insured for their healthcare needs. During open enrollment, your right to purchase a Medicare supplement policy is guaranteed, no matter your health […]

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Medigap Plan F Overview

by Cora Everts on January 12, 2013

Senior citizens reaching age 65 become eligible to receive both traditional Medicare or Medicare Advantage if they so choose. For those persons who believe that their health care costs will exceed the amounts covered by Medicare, the option exists to elect for additional coverage through a Medicare Supplement or Medigap policy as it’s popularly called. […]

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Understanding Medicare

by Cora Everts on January 11, 2013

Medicare is not a tricky subject but if you are about to make the transition to Medicare coverage then you know that the insurance companies are flooding you with information that muddies the waters of understanding.  To get a better understanding let’s look at the parts of traditional Medicare. Medicare Part A Part A is […]

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Does Medicare Supplemental Insurance Suit Your Needs?

by Cora Everts on January 10, 2013

Those aged 65 and older can rely on traditional Medicare Parts A and B to pay for a broad array of healthcare services and supplies, though by no means will everything be covered. For this reason, it may be wise for such individuals to purchase a supplemental insurance policy to pick up the slack. This […]

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Medigap Plans

by Cora Everts on January 9, 2013

Medicare sounded like a great plan, until I discovered that it might not cover certain procedures! what do I do now? Insurance plans are very innovative, and they can come up with a plan to fit any contingency. Such is the case with Medigap plans. As the word implies, Medigap insurance fills the gaps in […]

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