Medicare Supplement Plan G vs Plan F

How to compare Medicare Supplement Plan G vs Plan F? The latest published Gorman Health Group Report Market Trends: Medicare Supplement confirmed that Medigap Plan F is the most popular of all plans. In 2015, nearly 6.5 million people are … Read More

How to get the peace of mind by using the Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plan? – 2018

The new video “How to get the peace of mind by using the Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plan?” has been released on our YouTube channel. Here is the script of this video. Find more on Medicare Supplement (Medigap) from Medicare Supplement … Read More

Best Medicare Supplement Plans 2019

UPDATED on Dec. 13, 2018. What are the best Medicare Supplement Plans 2019? In this post, we provide an overview of how to Compare Medigap Plans (also known as Medicare Supplement plans) and give plans’ recommendations. Original Medicare does not … Read More

Will Medicare Supplement Plan F be discontinued?

UPDATED on Jan. 3, 2019.   As a result of Medicare Access Act of 2015, starting in 2020 Medicare Supplement plans will no longer be allowed to offer coverage of the Medicare Part B deductible. In particular, highly popular Medicare Supplement Plan … Read More

Medigap Changes: Restrictions on Medigap Plans

The bill finally passed in Congress in 2015 (H.R.2) introduced Medigap changes by putting restrictions on Medigap plans from covering the Part B deductible for new beneficiaries beginning in 2020, and requiring those beneficiaries to pay it directly. Almost quarter … Read More

Medicare Supplement and Underwriting Questions

The subject of this post is Medicare Supplement and Underwriting Questions. Typically, if you are applying for a Medicare Supplement policy, the insurance company is allowed to use medical underwriting to decide whether to accept you. Medical Underwriting is the … Read More

Medicare Supplement Plan J (Medigap Plan J)

Medicare Supplement Plan J, also known as Medigap Plan J, was one of the most popular plans until it was discontinued on June 1, 2010.  Nevertheless, many seniors still keep the policy.  Read below about the Medicare Supplement Plan J … Read More