Mutual of Omaha reduces Medicare supplement rates for Georgia seniors. You could save $30, $40, $50 or more if you qualify to repurchase a Medigap plan
from Mutual of Omaha. The exact same Medicare supplement plan but with lower rates than you paid a few months ago.
Reduced Medicare Supplement Rates
Until a few weeks ago if you bought a policy from Mutual of Omaha your plan was issued through their United of Omaha subsidiary. Today you can buy the same plan from another subsidiary, Omaha Insurance Company, but at a much lower monthly rate.
Janet is 67 and lives in Dekalb county Georiga, in zip code 30340. A month ago she would have paid United of Omaha $194 per month for Medicare supplement plan F. If she had waited a few weeks, or if she qualifies for a repurchase, her premium drops to $149 per month.
Similar results occur at other ages because of new, lower Medigap rates.
A male, age 68 in zip 31210 would have paid $206 last month for Medicare supplement plan F but this month his premium is only $154. Sue, a 66 year old female in 30060 could see lower Medicare supplement rate for Medigap plan F of $149 vs. $186 a month ago.
Bill also lives in 30060, just turned 65 and signed up for Medicare Part A and Part B. Last month his premium for Medicare supplement plan F was $197. If he had waited a few more weeks, or qualifies for a repurchase, his premium would drop to $166 per month.
With Mutual of Omaha reduced Medicare supplement rates you could be saving $30 – $50 per month, sometimes more.
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If you bought a Mutual of Omaha Medicare supplement plan from United of Omaha in the last 6 months you may qualify for a much lower rate. Did the agent that sold you the plan did not call and tell you about the repurchase option? If not, then why?
Mutual of Omaha reduces Medicare supplement rates every few years when they introduce a new carrier.
This time they replaced United of Omaha with Omaha Insurance Company.
In 2010 United World was used in Georgia until they introduced us to United of Omaha.
So why not just reduce rates for everyone rather than bringing out a new carrier? Why charge “old” policy holders a higher rate just because they bought at the wrong time?
That’s a question you will need to ask your agent . . . .
The next time Mutual of Omaha reduces Medicare supplement rates will you be left holding the bag?