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Compare Your Options

Figuring out which Medicare plan is going to fit your needs and budget can be tricky. However, it is something we do every day and have done — successfully — for many, many Medicare beneficiaries. 

The best part is we do it for FREE.

Compare Medicare Advantage Plans

Medicare Advantage plans can sometimes be provided to you with a $0 premium.

However, this does not mean it is free. Medicare pays a monthly sum to the insurance carrier to provide your care. That’s how premiums can be at no-cost to you. 

You can enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan when you first get Medicare Part B. You can also enroll during the annual election period (AEP) each fall, which is from October 15 to December 7 and your benefits will begin January 1. 

Every Medicare Part C plan is required to have an out-of-pocket maximum. The maximum out of pocket amount will vary among plans, but the most it can be is set by Medicare each year.

Medicare Advantage Plans present a great value because Original Medicare has no out-of-pocket maximum. You are required to pay 20% of your services, with no maximum to the amount you pay.

Be sure to talk to a licensed Medicare specialist to see if a Medicare Advantage plan is right for you.

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Medicare Help!

Book a FREE Consultation To:

✓ Compare Costs of Plans

✓ Estimate Your Savings

 Help You With Enrollment

How We Compare Medicare Plans

During our process of helping you, the first thing we talk to you about is your needs. We want to make sure that should you need medical care, you are covered.

Once you have told us what your health coverage goals are, we begin comparing Medicare plans for you. We will work to find you the best coverage for the best price. 

Because we have done this for many, many years, we can typically find you proper coverage in the same day. 

If you are worried about your budget — don’t be. No matter what your budget is, there is a plan available for you.

Compare Medicare Supplement Plans

Each Medicare supplement plan covers a different gaps in coverage left behind by Original Medicare. Each has its own blend of cost-of-premium to coverage. Contact a licensed Medicare specialist from Medicare Policy Experts to discuss which Medicare Supplement,  also known as a Medigap plan, is best for your needs.

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