Georgia Medicare Rates are increasing in 2013. Are you paying more than you should? How much money can you save by shopping around.
UPDATE – Georgia Medicare Rates increase every year so it always is a good idea to check what you pay now against the latest rates.
Did you know one carrier increased rates ELEVEN TIMES since 2012? Most carriers only raise rates once a year but 11 times is excessive.
Shop and compare GA Medigap rates.
Even if you just bought a Medigap plan, you can probably find better Georgia Medicare rates than you are paying now.
Medicare Part B premium will increase to $104.90 . . . that’s an extra $60 per year that you must pay. But what if you can offset that increase with a savings of $20 – $30 per month OR MORE on your Medigap plan.
Did you buy Medicare supplement plan F from AFLAC?
You probably paid too much.
Mary, age 65, lives in Macon and bought an AFLAC plan F for $123.28.
She could be paying $118.97 for the same plan which is enough to cover the increased deduction from her Social Security check for Medicare Part B. Better yet, Georgia Medicare rates for plan G are $96.76.
How easy is it to save money?
You are just a 10 minute phone call away from saving money.
Alan lives in Newnan, he is 68 years old and has an AARP plan F from United Health Care. His rate is increasing to $160 per month. His premium would drop to $138.50 for plan F by switching to lower Georgia Medicare rates.
Robert, age 66 in Kennesaw would be paying $190 for his Mutual of Omaha Medigap plan F. But a phone call let him know his premium would drop to $153 by switching carriers. He took my advice and changed to plan G with a premium of $125 which saves him almost $800 per year.
Almost everyone I talk to is paying too much and most will qualify for lower Georgia Medicare rates. Check your rates with our instant Medigap quote, or give us a call.