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Does anyone know what medicare supplement is good when you are full timing and living all around the United States?

Thanks for your input,

Linda and Patrick  confuse 

 



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Hi Linda & Patrick,

You may wish to use the search button in the blue bar at the top of the forum pages and type in your subject. From what I've read it varies by your state of residency an whether you full time or not.

Sherry

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Thanks for the information. I am just starting to use this site and can use all the help I can find.


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AARP (United Health Care) is what we use. Works all over the country. We also have our Medicare D plan (prescriptions) with them.

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The Medicare supplement is good to cover medical costs. Me and my father were discussing about Medicare as he is soon turning 65. He is thinking to enroll in the Medicare supplement plan G after checking its details on the internet. You can also find a best plan for yourself and enroll in it.



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G may work for your father but F is the overwhelming choice.

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LarryW21 wrote:

G may work for your father but F is the overwhelming choice.


 IIRC "F" is going away.



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Another year and a half, yes, barbaraok.

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Since this is a much older thread, I am closing it due to changes having been made to Medicare.  Thus, some of the early information in the thread may be out of date.

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