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Standardized plan facts



When it comes to picking a supplemental coverage, or potentially changing from your current carrier.

Every Medigap company has to follow federal and state laws that are in place to protect you. Insurance companies can sell you only a “standardized” policy identified in most states by letters.

Which means just because a Plan G might be cheaper with one company doesn’t mean that the coverage is any different.

An example being paying $4.00 a gallon at one gas station, but the one across the street is $3.75. It’s the same petroleum product, just under a different name. Odds are you will go with the cheaper one that is the exact same product.

As your broker we will look every year, during your open enrollment period to make sure that you are currently paying the best price that your plan has available out there.

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