Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans
Help with unexpected medical costs
Turning 65 is a milestone. It signifies the age when the vast majority of Americans are eligible for Medicare, and timing matters when you’re joining Medicare. When you become eligible, enrollment windows open, but some of these windows quickly close.
That’s where we can help. Through multiple insurance carriers, RBFCU Investments Group offers Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans to help you with unexpected medical costs. Whether you choose to enroll in a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan or Medicare Advantage Plan, each help to pay some of the costs not covered through Medicare, such as health care services and supplies, copayments, coinsurance and deductibles.
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Contact one of our insurance agents to explore your choices and make the best decision to meet your needs:
When can I purchase a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan?
You can buy a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan any time after you turn 65 and join Medicare Part B. If you enroll in an insurance plan during your Medigap Open Enrollment Period, the first 6 months your Part B is active, your medical history is not considered in setting your premium.
How do I sign up for a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan?
For more information on how to join, contact 1-833-291-1309.
Can I make changes to my Medicare Supplement Insurance coverage?
You can drop your policy and apply for another Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan at any time. However, after your Medigap Open Enrollment Period ends, insurers can refuse coverage or charge you a higher premium based on your health and/or make you wait to get coverage for an existing illness.
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1Part B costs: How much does Part B cost?. (n.d.). Retrieved May 13, 2019, from https://www.medicare.gov/your-medicare-costs/part-b-costs/part-b-costs.html
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