NOT SURE WHAT MEDICARE PLAN IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

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  • My neighbor referred me to MedicareFAQ and I am so glad that she did. They were such a delight to work with and I will now in turn refer them to my friends who are turning 65 in the near future!

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  • I saved $753 a year by comparing rates with MedicareFAQ! My wife will be turning 65 next year, they will have her business as well as our family and friends.

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  • I was really confused with all of the different options of Medicare Supplement insurance. MedicareFAQ was able to find the right plan for me that fit both my needs and my budget. You all are awesome!

    Client Testimonial – Susan S. from TX
  • I was so happy with the customer service that I received from MedicareFAQ. They were able to explain to me the differences between regular Medicare plans, Medicare Advantage plans, and Medigap plans. Thank you for taking the time to clarify all of the confusion that I was facing.

    Client Testimonial – Roland A. from CA

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WHY MedicareFAQ?

MedicareFAQ: Medicare Frequently Asked Questions Resource Center

MedicareFAQ is a learning resource center for Medicare recipients to learn about Medicare options and Medicare Supplement plans. We help individuals understand all Medicare options, whether it’s just learning about Original Medicare Part A and Part B or any of the other Medicare plans like; Medicare Supplements (Medigap), Medicare Advantage (Part C) or Prescription Drugs (Part D).

MedicareFAQ finds the best possible supplemental insurance for Medicare plan & rate for the specific individual’s needs and budget that we are working with. We make sure that each individual knows everything there is to know about the plan(s) they are considering and shop for the best rate from the nation’s top carriers in the Medicare market.

Our services are 100% free and there in no obligation to sign up!

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OUR MISSION?

Our mission is simple; make sure each individual we work with is educated about Medicare and all the Medicare Supplemental plans that come along with it.

MedicareFAQ works with the top carriers in the nation to find the best Medigap (Medicare Supplement) plan that fits each individuals budget. We strive to educated our clients on all the available options so that they can make an educated decision when purchasing their Medicare Supplement Insurance plan.

WE HELP FIND THE RIGHT PLAN & CARRIER FOR YOU!

  • Compare every plan in your area!
  • View 100’s of plans from the nation’s top insurance carriers. Compare costs and benefits side-by-side!
    • Big savings on Supplemental Medicare options with a peace of mind!
    • Save even more on a variety of out-of-pocket expenses not covered by the Original Medicare.

Our licensed agents are available to help you make the right decision. LEARN about the plans, COMPARE the different types of plans, and SAVE on the plan you choice!

Our Medicare agents can help beneficiaries, caregivers, and their families make informed decisions. We are available by phone to offer you the one-on-one assistance that every Medicare recipient should have. Call us today at the number on the screen!

5 Comments

  1. Are more doctors/specialists likely to accept Advantage Plans over Medigap, due to the fact they have to deal with the government? Great web site very informative!!

    • Hi Steve! Thank you so much for your positive feedback, we greatly appreciate it! To answer your question, it’s actually the opposite. Over 800,000+ doctors across the United States accept Medicare. With Medicare Advantage, you’ll find that many doctors are not in their network. I would imagine it’s easier to work with the government over private insurance companies regarding Medicare. Just because Medicare already has an agreement with doctors on costs for their services, so they know what they’re going to get paid for the most part. Each Advantage plan carrier can set their own prices, which can make the process of getting paid for those services more time-consuming.

  2. Under the section for Medicare Supplements it says. “Enroll at Anytime”
    You can enroll in a Medigap plan at any time. As long as you join during your open enrollment window, you won’t have to answer health questions. If you have a pre-existing condition, there are no waiting periods. If you wait to enroll outside of your open enrollment, you’ll have to answer some health questions. ……………………………. Later in the section about Medicare Advantage Plans it say Once you leave a Medigap plan and switch to a Medicare Advantage plan, you may not be able to go back to your Medigap plan. Since your one-time enrollment window has most likely passed, you’ll have to go through medical underwriting to be accepted back into a plan. I am not clear on this. I turn 65 in March 2020. If I sign up for a MAP and then 5 years later want to switch to traditional Medicare plus Medigap will I be able to do so without answering medical questions as long as it is done during open enrollment? Thanks

    • Hi Kathryn! Great question! There are many Open Enrollment Periods with Medicare. For Medigap plans, your Open Enrollment happens only once, unless you’re on SSDI. It starts the first day of the month your 65 and your Part B is in effect. So, if your Part B is in effect April 1st of 2020, you’ll have until the end of Septemeber to enroll in a Medigap plan without answering health questions. If you choose to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan, the only way you can get into a Medigap plan without answering health questions is if you do this before your Open Enrollment window closes at the end of September. If you decide to keep your advantage plan for 5 years and then switch to Original Medicare + a Medigap, you will have to answer health questions. It’s important to remember that Open Enrollment and Guaranteed Issue are two different things. Just because you’re enrolling during an Open Enrollment period, doesn’t mean you have Guaranteed Issue Rights. Therefore, it’s best to enroll in a Medigap plan when your first eligible so you can do so without answering health questions.

  3. This is the most informative site I’ve seen Re supplemental vs med. advantage. Clear & to the point! I’ll be calling to get further information.

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