Medicare Supplement Insurance

Medicare Supplement Insurance is just what it sounds like; it is insurance coverage that supplements the benefits a senior member receives through Medicare. Medicare provides important benefits for hospital and doctor expenses, however Medicare does not cover 100% of your expenses. That is where a Medicare Supplement Insurance certificate can help

Medicare Supplement Insurance, also known as Medigap insurance, must follow federal and state laws and does not work with any other type of health insurance, including Medicare Advantage Plans, stand-alone Medicare Prescription Drug Plans, employer/union group health coverage, Medicaid, Veterans Administration (VA) benefits, or TRICARE. Insurance companies, including Assured Life Association, can only sell you a standardized Medigap policy identified by letters A through M. Each standardized Medigap policy must offer the same basic benefits, no matter which insurance company sells it. Cost is usually the only difference between Medigap policies sold by different insurance companies.

Our society currently offers 7 different Medicare Supplement plans, depending upon the state in which you live, all with slightly different benefits and premiums. Premiums are dependent upon where you live.

Helpful Guides for People on Medicare:

Medicare and You-2018

Choosing A Medigap Policy

This insurance product is offered only through an agent. Not available in all states. Click Here for Available States. To get connected to a local agent, complete the form below or call toll-free(855)394-1850.

*This is a solicitation for Medicare Supplement insurance. By responding and completing this form, you are requesting an insurance producer to contact you regarding Medicare Supplement insurance. We will only use the information provided to contact you regarding information for Medicare Supplement insurance. The information in Bold Print is required information.

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Facts on Aging

Per the Center on Aging and Work at Boston College, “Half of women (50%) plan to work after they retire, including 11% who plan to work full-time and 39% who plan to work part-time. Similarly, 52% of men plan to work after they retire, including 15% full-time and 37% part-time,” per the 2017 Transamerica retirement survey of over 4000 adult workers age 18+.
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