At the Benefit Link we work with great insurance companies offering Medicare Supplement plans for Georgia residents.
Many offer the most popular plans like Plan F and Plan G.
Let us assist with the basics. Georgia Medicare Plans include 10 standardized options, lettered A – N. Each insurance company must offer at least Plan A, but companies can offer any of the other plans as well.
Medicare supplement plans in Georgia are enormously popular. Medicare plans in Georgia follow the same model as most other states. There are 10 standardized Georgia Medicare supplement options to choose from, each with a different letter.
Georgia Medicare supplements are also sometimes referred to as Georgia Medigap plans. Rates for Medicare supplement plans in Georgia can vary from one insurance company to the next. For this reason, it is in your best interest to shop the various carriers for a competitive rate.
You are eligible to sign up for a Medicare supplement in Georgia as soon as you are eligible for Medicare.
You are eligible for Medicare when you turn 65 in Georgia or any other state. Regardless of when you take your Social Security income benefits, you can enroll in Medicare at 65.
Your initial enrollment window begins 3 months before you turn 65, and this is when most people apply for Medicare Parts A and B if they have no other coverage. Once you receive your Medicare card with your Part A and B effective dates, it’s then time to choose your Medicare supplemental coverage.
Medicare supplements in Georgia fill in the gaps left in your original Medicare. For instance, Medicare Part B only covers 80% of your outpatient costs. That means you would be responsible for 20% of treatments like surgery, chemotherapy, and even dialysis. It can add up to a lot of money that you might be expected to pay.
Fortunately, with a Georgia Medigap plan, that 20% is covered for you. Different Medicare supplements cover different parts of the gaps in Medicare. However, a Georgia Medicare supplement Plan F will cover all of your Medicare-related deductibles, co-insurance and copays. This makes Plan F a popular choice.
In recent years, Plan G and Plan N have also grown in popularity. On these plans, you can get a lower premium if you do a bit of cost-sharing on your end.
Keep in mind that your Medicare eligibility in Georgia will also kick off your Medicare supplement open enrollment. You’ll have six months from your Part B effective date to enroll in a Medicare supplement with no health questions asked.
Many Medicare supplement insurance carriers in Georgia offer issue-age policies. When you buy your policy, you are locked in at the age that you buy it. You won’t have to worry about birthday rate increases just because you are getting older.
This is not to say that there will never be increases. All Medicare supplement plans in Georgia generally have rate increases each year due to inflation. However, with issue-age carriers, you will pay less if you bought the policy at 65 than if you bought the policy at 66 or 67.
Some carriers also offer attained-age Medicare supplement policies in Georgia. Our agency will run quotes will all carriers to see which ones offer you the most cost effective plan.
If you are new to Medicare in Georgia, this can be overwhelming at first. It’s our job here at The Benefit Link to help make Medicare simple to understand for you. Our agents can walk you through your choices step by step until we determine what feels best for you.
Not everyone can afford a Medigap plan, so let’s talk briefly about Medicare Advantage Plan in Georgia. This is a lower-cost alternative with some different rules of operation.
Shopping for your Medicare Supplement in Georgia is a breeze with the help of our agency. We can provide quotes for numerous different insurance companies in your area. In addition, in the future when rate increases happen, we can assist you with shopping other carriers for rate savings too.
To get help today, call our toll free number at (972) 236-3348 or request help below.
There is no charge to clients for our services. We would be honored to help walk you through this process!
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