• Medicare Supplemental

  • FINANCIAL MISTAKE: Not shopping Medicare Supplement coverage every 3 to 5 years. A Future Benefits insurance agent may be able to save you thousands of dollars over time on Medicare Supplemental coverage.

    Medicare Supplemental Insurance is private insurance coverage that coordinates with and fills in gaps of Medicare.

    Below are some facts about Medicare Supplement policies:

    ♦ They are designed to fill in the gaps of original Medicare* Parts A and B. Although several plans are available,
        plan F is the most comprehensive available.
    ♦ They offer great flexibility by allowing you to receive service from any doctor or hospital in the U.S. who accepts
        Medicare. Since there no network limitations. If the provider accepts Original Medicare (Parts A & B), they will
        accept your Medicare Supplemental insurance plan (no matter what Medicare supplement company you have).
    ♦ Prescription drug benefits are not included in Medicare Supplemental plans available for sale today.
        You can purchase a separate Part D prescription plan.
    ♦ Medicare Supplemental plans have standardized benefits. Regardless of which company you choose, like
        plans will have offer identical benefits. However, premiums for life plans may vary among companies
        offering plans. There is no additional cost to you for working with a Future Benefits agent.
    ♦ Premiums are subject to increase over time, making it prudent to shop your coverage every several years.
    ♦ You can change coverage any time of the year (unlike with Medicare Advantage or Part D plans).
    ♦ A Future Benefits Agent may be able to save you a substantial amount of money on your Medicare Supplemental

    Working with a Future Benefits agent could save you thousands of dollars over time. 

    Click here for No Obligation Medicare Supplemental or Medicare Advantage Quote from a Future Benefits Agent

    Or call us at 901-754-2040

    *Please note that Future Benefits and their representatives do not represent Medicare and are not endorsed by Medicare.

    See our Professional Disclaimer