Georgia seniors ask, “When can I change my Medicare plan?”. Which Medicare supplement plan is best? How do I find the best rate for Medigap plan F? Instant free quotes. Compare Medigap costs in 60 seconds. PLUS get access to our FREE report showing ALL rates and plans based on your age and zip.
Can I change my Medicare plan?
The short answer is, you are eligible to buy a new plan or change your Medigap plan at any time. Unlike Medicare Advantage plans, there are no annual enrollment periods.
The best time to buy or change your Medigap plan is when you initially sign up for Medicare Part A and B which usually occurs at age 65.
You also have guaranteed issue rights to buy a Medicare supplement plan.
Before asking “Can I change my Medigap plan?” you should compare Medigap costs.
Shop and compare Medigap costs
Ignore the hype. All Medicare supplement plans with the same letter are identical in every way except premium. Click the image below to shop and compare Medigap costs. Instant free quote.
When you pay more you don’t get more, you simply paid too much.
Which Medicare supplement plan is best?
Medicare supplement plans have standardized benefit structures. Once you pick a plan design that fits your needs, the only other consideration is can you find a plan to fit your budget?
How do I find the best rate for Medigap plan F?
The easiest way is to shop and compare online, but you probably will not see the best rates. Many Medigap carriers do not allow their rates to be published online.
How do you know plan F is best for you?
Did you know that almost 70% of Georgia seniors buy Medicare supplement plan F simply because that was the only plan that was explained?
If you wanted to buy a car, and the salesman only showed you 4 wheel drive SUV’s, would you be satisfied?
Most of my clients NEVER buy Medigap plan F. Do you know why?
Bob Vineyard and Georgia Medicare plans have access to rates from some of the lowest cost plans in Georgia. Ask for a personalized Medicare supplement quote.
If you have Medigap plan F, you definitely should consider making a change in your Medigap plan.
When you bought your Medigap plan, did you buy from Blue Cross, Mutual of Omaha or United Healthcare (AARP)? If so, you probably are paying too much.
Maybe you bought a Medicare Advantage plan. The low premium seemed like a good idea at the time. The REAL cost of an Advantage plan is how much you pay when you receive medical care.
Advantage plans are great until you use them.
Can I change my Medigap plan?