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For readers: Here is an interesting market share breakdown of the top medicare supplement insurance providers: UnitedHealth Care — 34%Mutual of Omaha — 10%HSCS — 5%Anthem — 5%Aetna — 4%CNO Financial — 3%Cigna — 2%Humana Group — 2%BCBS of MA — 2%BCBS ...
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 11:46 AM
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Great clarification, Thanks. I might add for other readers that joining AARP is not at all expensive and has many other benefits.
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 10:27 AM
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Unlike most Medigap insurers, who set premiums based on your current age (attained-age rating) or your age when you first buy the policy (issue-age), AARP/UnitedHealthcare uses community rating in most states except very few like Florida.
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 09:16 AM
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I live in Missouri and it is Not a community rated state? The respected resource link below may clear up some of the confusion on MediGap Plans: www.kff.org/medicare/issue-brief/medigap-enrollment-and-consumer-protections-vary-across-states/ 
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 07:43 AM
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United Healthcare/AARP – Discount Program     Age 65 and Older Only:  Beneficiaries who are WITHIN 3 years of their 65th birthday (or within 3 years of their Medicare Part B start date, if later) will pay the Base Rate reduced by the *Early Enrollmen...
JohnL900627 12-30-2018 05:03 PM
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For readers: Here is an interesting market share breakdown of the top medicare supplement insurance providers: UnitedHealth Care — 34%Mutual of Omaha — 10%HSCS — 5%Anthem — 5%Aetna — 4%CNO Financial — 3%Cigna — 2%Humana Group — 2%BCBS of MA — 2%BCBS ...
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 11:46 AM
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Great clarification, Thanks. I might add for other readers that joining AARP is not at all expensive and has many other benefits.
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 10:27 AM
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Unlike most Medigap insurers, who set premiums based on your current age (attained-age rating) or your age when you first buy the policy (issue-age), AARP/UnitedHealthcare uses community rating in most states except very few like Florida.
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 09:16 AM
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I live in Missouri and it is Not a community rated state? The respected resource link below may clear up some of the confusion on MediGap Plans: www.kff.org/medicare/issue-brief/medigap-enrollment-and-consumer-protections-vary-across-states/ 
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 07:43 AM
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United Healthcare/AARP – Discount Program     Age 65 and Older Only:  Beneficiaries who are WITHIN 3 years of their 65th birthday (or within 3 years of their Medicare Part B start date, if later) will pay the Base Rate reduced by the *Early Enrollmen...
JohnL900627 12-30-2018 05:03 PM
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For readers: Here is an interesting market share breakdown of the top medicare supplement insurance providers: UnitedHealth Care — 34%Mutual of Omaha — 10%HSCS — 5%Anthem — 5%Aetna — 4%CNO Financial — 3%Cigna — 2%Humana Group — 2%BCBS of MA — 2%BCBS ...
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 11:46 AM
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Great clarification, Thanks. I might add for other readers that joining AARP is not at all expensive and has many other benefits.
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 10:27 AM
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Unlike most Medigap insurers, who set premiums based on your current age (attained-age rating) or your age when you first buy the policy (issue-age), AARP/UnitedHealthcare uses community rating in most states except very few like Florida.
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 09:16 AM
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I live in Missouri and it is Not a community rated state? The respected resource link below may clear up some of the confusion on MediGap Plans: www.kff.org/medicare/issue-brief/medigap-enrollment-and-consumer-protections-vary-across-states/ 
JohnL900627 12-31-2018 07:43 AM
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United Healthcare/AARP – Discount Program     Age 65 and Older Only:  Beneficiaries who are WITHIN 3 years of their 65th birthday (or within 3 years of their Medicare Part B start date, if later) will pay the Base Rate reduced by the *Early Enrollmen...
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