October 30, 2013 /// 18 Comments
For those turning 65 you’ve probably heard of Medigap Plan F -it’s the Cadillac of senior health plans. What you may not have heard of is…
October 29, 2013 /// No Comments
You’re almost 65 and about to transition to senior health insurance. One of your options is Medicare Supplement Insurance, also known as Medigap. Here are a few things that you should know about Medigap…
October 24, 2013 /// No Comments
Medigap, Medicare Supplemental Insurance, covers the gaps that Original Medicare doesn’t cover financially. For those with only Medicare, cuts in coverage are linked to an increased mortality rate.
October 22, 2013 /// 2 Comments
Take advantage of your Medicare plan and get your $0 Flu shot. This is all part of the ACA’s $0 preventive care for seniors 65 and over…
October 17, 2013 /// No Comments
There are a lot of rumors of how ObamaCare will affect seniors 65 and over when it comes to Medicare Advantage plans. There are two big changes. One good, one, maybe not so good for you. Let us explain.
October 16, 2013 /// 7 Comments
Medigap is the nickname given to Medicare Supplemental insurance that helps fills in the “gaps” of Original Medicare. We know it can seem a little overwhelming to learn about all the new health options once you…
October 15, 2013 /// No Comments
Most health plans allow for family coverage, however Medicare isn’t like most health plans. Therefore your children and spouse cannot enroll in your Medicare plan. But, the…
October 11, 2013 /// No Comments
Medicare Supplement insurance, more commonly known as Medigap, offers guaranteed coverage. What does this mean? We’ll explain it to you, as well as lay down some Medigap knowledge on you.
October 3, 2013 /// 2 Comments
Many seniors are wondering if they should switch from Medicare to an ObamaCare plan. You may be able to, but you might not want to. We’ll explain.
October 1, 2013 /// 8 Comments
ObamaCare, also known as the Affordable Care Act, has a provision that disallows preexisting conditions to be a factor in any new health plan. But how does this affect Medicare Supplemental insurance? We’ve got answers for you.