It’s not often that you get to “try out” health insurance, but this fall, you can sign up for one of several Medicare Advantage Plans. If you change your mind, you can go back to Medicare and even add a Part D Prescription Drug Plan in January of next year.
It’s actually the only time that you can try one of the Medicare Advantage Plans after you’re past the initial sign up period when you first become eligible for Medicare. This chance only comes once a year even though there could be a couple of dozen Medicare Advantage Plans where you live.
That’s right; there are a lot more choices among Medicare Advantage Plans than among Medigap Insurance Plans. You’ll only find 10 choices of Medigap Plans, unless you in Massachusetts, Minnesota or Wisconsin. Those three states have their own version of Medigap Plans.
If you need help finding out what’s available where you live, you can run instant quotes on our website or call us. One of our specialists can track down the plans that are open in your area and help you compare the coverage and the cost.
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