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Since January 1st 2011, more than 10,000 people will turn 65 every day for the next 18 years. What does this exactly mean to you? Well if you’re reading this, then more than likely you’re one of those baby boomers, and are in need of a supplement plan. Or perhaps you’re just on here to research for the future. Whatever the case may be, you’ve come to the right place to find useful information that will ultimately help you get on the right path and choose the right plan for you and or your spouse. We built this website to give you the ability to get answers to most of your questions including how Medicare and Medicare supplements work and to be able to get rates from various providers in your area. You are also entitled to a 15-minute overview from one of our agents to ensure you understand this coverage and to help you find the best combination of coverage and price. The most fantastic thing about all these resources we provide you with, is that it’s all FREE.

If this is the first page you’ve visited on our site, we encourage you to look around our learning center which contains some useful documents you should read over to get an idea on how all this works. Once you get a grasp on things, you can also find rates online right here on our website. Using our exclusive online quoting system by entering your zip code above, you can quickly and easily find rates from the top 10 companies (A.M. Best rated) and see which one offers a plan that provides outstanding benefits at a price you can afford. You can typically find rates from such companies as United of Omaha, Mutual of Omaha, Gerber, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and many other top companies. AARP (UnitedHealthcare) does not allow us to show their rates on our website but we represent them and can provide rates over the phone.

The most popular plans for our clients tend to be plan F and plan G. If you’ve researched already, you may have read that all Plans are standardized by the federal government. What this means is that a Plan F from one company like Blue Cross Blue Shield, offers the same benefits as plan F from another company, for instance United of Omaha. The only difference is the rate you pay. Some companies might offer extra benefits outside of the standard coverage to give you incentive to use their coverage. Keep in mind though, that these extra benefits are not a part of the actual policy.

Other than that, you can see that there isn’t a whole lot of difference in a particular plan from one company and that same plan from another company as they are all standardized. You’ll also see that there is no difference in doctor’s networks – If a doctor is willing to accept Medicare, then that doctor accepts all Medicare Supplement carriers. The things you want to research when looking at different companies is;

  • The Insurer’s A.M. Best Rating – This is a signal that tells you how well the company is doing financially. You should typically consider companies with a B+ rating or higher. A.M. Best is the primary organization that specializes in grading these companies’ financial stability.
  • Rates – Probably the most important factor in deciding what plan/company to go with is what you’ll pay for coverage. Many people want the lowest price with the most benefits, and we’re here to help you with that process.

Our agents are trained to take an educational approach to helping you understand your options and making recommendations on which plan will fundamentally be the best choice for you and or your spouse. Give us a call today to find out why Medigap Buyer’s Guide is the number one Medicare Supplemental Insurance agency in the country.