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Find a Medicare Supplement Plan
Learn how they work and find out which plans most people choose.
Medicare Advantage Plans
Learn about these alternatives to traditional Medicare.
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 Brief Overview of Medicare
- Medicare Part A. You’ll get Medicare Part A (think: hospitals) automatically,
- Medicare Part B. 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.
- Medicare Part C. This is the technical term for Medicare Advantage, which are private plans that are an alternative to traditional Medicare. There are advantages and disadvantages to this approach.
- Medicare Part D. These are private plans that provide prescription drug coverage, often called Part D Drug Plans.
You can learn more about these different parts of Medicare in our Medicare 101 Guide.
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.