Medicare can be overwhelming and complicated. We’ll cut through all the noise and teach you how it works and what you need to know about Medicare Supplement plans. Trust AC Forrest to guide you through the Medicare maze.
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Medicare can be overwhelming. You’ve got Parts A, B, D. Then you have to think about Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Supplement plans. Is your head spinning yet? If you’re approaching age 65, your mailbox is probably already buckling under the weight of all the marketing materials you’re getting!
A Very Brief Overview
When you turn 65: You’ll get Medicare Part A (think: hospitals) automatically, and most people will enroll in Part B (think: doctors, etc.). You probably know that basic Medicare contains various gaps in coverage, (mostly in the form of various deductibles and copays. There are several ways you can address these. We recommend you consider a Medicare Supplement plan (sometimes called a Medigap plan) that is designed to fill in the gaps in original Medicare.
The Process of Enrolling in Medicare Supplement Plans
AC Forrest will walk you through the process of finding the Medicare Supplement solution that best fits your needs, preferences, and budget.
- We’ll need some basic information from you, including your zip code and date of birth.
- We’ll use that info to get and show you some quotes. We want you to understand the benefits and options.
- We will not pressure or push you at all – our goal is to help you find a plan that you’ll be happy with for a long time.
- We will help you get your Medicare supplement application and enrollment information submitted. Most of the Medicare Supplement providers prefer (or mandate) a simple online application process.
Where we Work
Our offices are in Greenville, South Carolina, and outside Atlanta, Georgia, but our reach extends much farther. One of the benefits of the way we work (web-based processes, virtual meetings, etc.) is that we’re able to help clients in many other states. We currently are also licensed to help clients in Alabama, North Carolina, and Tennessee. If you don’t see your state listed — ask us anyway. We may be able to help you too.