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Plans C & F go away for NEW APPLICANTS only as of 1/1/2020. Those who have C or F now can keep them as long as they pay their premiums.

 

Plan G is an excellent choice in most states. Medigap carriers are generally required to offer plan F but not G. As such, some carriers do not write G.

 

UHC, Humana and a few others introduced G for the first time in 2018.

 

If an application is enrolling in a Medigap plan during their IEP (Initial Enrollment Period) there are no health questions. Some carriers in some states may impose a pre-ex waiting period if you did not have prior creditable coverage. The pre-ex limit will apply for up to 6 months depending on the state or carrier.


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@StephenK41866 wrote:

Hi Folks,

 

I'm trying to help a relative sign up for Medicare A & B and have been trying to figure out the best supplement for her. She just lost her company healthcare.

 

From the info I'm finding online it appears that C and F are going away as of 2020.

 

Unfortunately she has a pre-existing condition and it seems that Supplement-G may be the next best choice. 

 

Is there anyone out there that is currently enrolled in Plan-G? Any pros and cons for someone with a pre-existing condition.

Thanks for any info.

 


I totally Agree with KitsonE819731 Medical Plan F is popular and famous. May people are taking that so you can try if you want.


 

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You should speak with a licensed agent that specializes in Medicare to go over all the options.  I would be more than happy to answer any and all questions that you might have. My number 1 priority is educating you on how Medicare works.

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Hi Folks,

 

I'm trying to help a relative sign up for Medicare A & B and have been trying to figure out the best supplement for her. She just lost her company healthcare.

 

From the info I'm finding online it appears that C and F are going away as of 2020.

 

Unfortunately she has a pre-existing condition and it seems that Supplement-G may be the next best choice. 

 

Is there anyone out there that is currently enrolled in Plan-G? Any pros and cons for someone with a pre-existing condition.

Thanks for any info.

 


Medigap Plan F is a popular choice that offers more coverage than any otherMedicare Supplement plan. There is also a high-deductible Plan F that offers the same benefits as the standard Plan F, but requires you to pay a certain amount out of pocket before coverage starts.

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Hi Folks,

 

I'm trying to help a relative sign up for Medicare A & B and have been trying to figure out the best supplement for her. She just lost her company healthcare.

 

From the info I'm finding online it appears that C and F are going away as of 2020.

 

Unfortunately she has a pre-existing condition and it seems that Supplement-G may be the next best choice. 

 

Is there anyone out there that is currently enrolled in Plan-G? Any pros and cons for someone with a pre-existing condition.

Thanks for any info.

 

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