When it comes to crossing state boundaries, it’s nice to know that my supplement plan is transferable:
I can take my plan with me if I decide to relocate. Because my zip code changes, I don’t lose it or have to choose a new one. I may maintain my plan as long as I continue to pay my monthly.
It’s also comforting to know that just because I file a claim, I won’t be singled out for termination or a premium hike:
If a carrier raises my rates, it’s because all of my classmates’ premiums have gone up. I can never be dropped by a carrier unless I fail to pay my premiums or lose my Medicare for some bizarre reason.
Supplemental policies will also provide me with the most protection if my health deteriorates:
Out-of-pocket costs are higher in Medicare Advantage plans, so having peace of mind is vital. It also encourages me to consider acquiring a plan that I can grow into as I become older rather than one that I could outgrow.
When is the Best Time to Buy a Supplemental Plan?
According to Medicare, the optimal time to purchase a supplemental plan is when your client receives their Medicare Part B plan for the first time. This is due to the fact that they are not required to answer any health-related inquiries.
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