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Medigap Supplemental Insurance

Medicare Supplemental Insurance helps limit out of pocket costs for Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) co-pays and deductibles. It does not include additional services such as dental, hearing, and check-ups. Medicare Supplemental Insurance is great for people who hate going to the doctor and only go when they are sick. This way you pay a little more in premiums and limit your financial risk later.

There are currently 10 Medicare Supplemental Insurance Standardized Plans (A,B,C,D,F,G,K,L,M,N) from which to choose. And since each standardized plan is the same no matter the insurance provider, comparison shopping is absolutely necessary to make sure you protect your financial retirement! The only difference between one standardized plan versus another is the premium you pay. So go shopping!

Medicare Medigap Plans

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Medicare Supplemental Insurance has an initial enrollment period after you turn 65, but does not have an open-enrollment period each year to change plans. In general, changing plans can actually be fairly difficult, so it’s important to think about what your healthcare needs may be in 10 years rather than just your immediate needs next year; such as:


Plan A

Standardized Plan A covers all coinsurance for Part B as well as hospital and hospice care under Part A. It also covers co-payments for Part B and hospice care under Part A, plus 3 pints of blood.

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Plan B

Standardized Plan B covers everything in Standardized Plan A, plus 100% of Part A deductible (i.e. that for hospital services).

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Plan C

Standardized Plan C is one of two plans that cover 100% of Part B deductibles. It also covers coinsurance and co-payments for Part A and B, Part A deductibles, coinsurance for nursing facility care, and foreign travel.

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Plan D

Standardized Plan D is like Standardized Plan B, but also covers foreign travel health insurance.

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Plan F

Standardized Plan F covers 100% of everything: coinsurance, co-payments, and deductibles for Part A and B, plus coinsurance for nursing facility care, foreign travel, and Part B excess charges.

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Plan G

Standardized Plan G covers 100% of everything: coinsurance and co-payments for Part A and B, plus Part A deductibles, coinsurance for nursing facility care, foreign travel, and Part B excess charges.

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Plan K & L

Standardized Plans K & L help pay for a lot, but not all. You can choose 50% or 75% of your out-of-pockets expenses covered for coinsurance for Pat B, skilled nursing facilities and hospice care, plus Part A deductible.

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Plan M

Standardized Plan M is similar to Standardized Plan D, but includes 50% rather than 100% of the Part A deductible will be covered.

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Plan N

Standardized Plan M is similar to Standardized Plan D, but includes 50% rather than 100% of the Part A deductible will be covered.

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Total Costs

Unlike, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplemental Insurance does not include additional medical services, such as check-ups, nor does it include drug coverage and you can’t be enrolled in both Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplemental Insurance at the same time.

Part B Premiums + Medicare Supplement Insurance Premiums + Part D premiums (optional)


When to Buy

Initial Enrollment Period – a 6 month period when you can first purchase – starts the 1st day of the month in which you turn 65 and are enrolled in Part B.


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