I’ve been on Medicare for a while now and I like my Plan F Supplement. My spouse just turned 65 in 2020 but they can’t the same plan I have? Why is that?
As of January 1st 2020 any new Medicare Enrollee (Part A effective date of Jan 1, 2020 or later) will not be able to enroll in a Plan F Medicare Supplement. The most comprehensive coverage for these individuals is a Plan G. Plan G is very similar to a Plan F and actually offers a better value than a Plan F. With a Plan G the client will pay the Medicare Part B deductible ($198 for 2020). The premium for a Plan G can offer savings of $300-400 annually when compared to a Plan F. In fact, Stockett and Associates has been changing a lot of our older clients from higher premium Plan F to the cost saving Plan G.
If you have any questions about the difference in Plans or for a free quote please call us or email us.