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Medigap Plan F offers the most comprehensive coverage of all Medigap Plans, but it’s seldom the best value. We compare benefits and prices Plan F to Medigap Plan G and Plan N to show you how to find the best value.
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If you are considering a Medicare supplement plan, whether you are new to Medicare or have existing health coverage, the information in this video can save you thousands of dollars insurance premiums over the period of time you will be on Medicare.
Insurance companies and even many insurance agents do not want you to shop your coverage and research all the options that are available to you. When you pay higher premiums, it increases insurance company profits and insurance agent commissions.
By simply shopping your coverage and understanding all the options available to you, you can save thousands of dollars and have more money for yourself and your family.
If you have been researching Medicare Supplements, then you may already know that Medicare Supplement Plan G is usually a better value than Medicare Supplement Plan F without sacrificing any of your medical coverage. However, Plan G is not always the best value Medicare Supplement available to you.
Medicare Supplement Plan vs. Plan G vs. Plan N
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Plan F 2020
If you are new to Medicare by just turning 65 or simply new to Medicare Part B, or if you have an existing Medicare Supplement and due to recent price increases want to know if it’s an overpriced Medicare Supplement, we can help. We are 100% independent. As an independent insurance broker we represent your best interest, not the interest of an insurance company. Agents that work for an insurance company must represent that companies interest and not the consumer.
Our service is free. You cannot save money or reduce your Medicare Supplement premiums by not using our service. As an independent insurance broker, we offer all Medicare Supplement plans from all major carriers. We put all the cards on the table for you and show you all your options and costs. That alone saves you days of work. Then you decide the right plan and company for you. When you work with us, the insurance company you choose to insure you will pay our commission out of their pocket, not yours. You cannot reduce your premium by doing it yourself.
Matthew Claassen, CMT is an independent insurance broker who works with seniors from coast to coast. Our client based includes people from California to Virginia and from Michigan to South Florida. Our clients live in almost every state, including Pennsylvania, Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana, Missouri, New york, Tennessee, Utah, Maryland, Nebraska, Washington, Texas, New Jersey, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Vermont and many other states. Matthew is based in Palm Beach Florida and with Medicare Advantage and Medicare supplement clients from Miami, Sarasota, Fort Myers, Broward, Orlando and all throughout the state. As an independent insurance broker, our goal is to provide you with the information you need and unbiased guidance so that you can make an informed decision about your Medicare.
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