This marks the last Part and as they say … last but not least … Mr. Clark discusses the three options for Medicare Supplemental/Gap Policy. Let it be noted, you most certainly need these, but the good news is this is finally pretty straight forward.
Direct Audio Here on our site for your viewing/listening pleasures as well as links to every full post:
Once again, neatly there is a gold nugget of information in the audio, and a trick on where to find an easy phone number to call to get a referral for help – listen up and enjoy –
Medicare Supplement Explained Three Options
- Employer Offered Supplemental Private Insurance – this less often- likely best option if available – best coverage
- Traditional Medicare – no network must buy a Medigap Policy A through F – Full comprehensive coverage- similar to full health coverage, but at the Medicare Level
- Medicare Advantage – Like Medicare HMO – Network of People that must go through
- 26 Medicare Advantage plans in DFW area-
- Part D may or may not be available for Medicare Advantage
- Do not try to do this all by yourself- see next
- Local Non-Profit Agency – Dallas County would likely be the Dallas County Agency on Aging, Fort Worth would be the Tarrant County Agency on Aging
- Dial – 211 – Phone Number for Social Service Referrals – NO kidding – Texas a state that this number works completely, may not be available in all states
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Have a Great “Medicare Supplement Options Explained” Day!
John A. Kvale CFA, CFP
Founder of J.K. Financial, Inc.
A Dallas Texas based fee only
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