The costs for Medigap supplemental insurance plans are set by the private insurance companies that sell them. The costs can vary from one plan to the next.
Medigap costs include:
You will not have to pay a premium for Medicare Part A if you or your spouse have worked and had payroll taxes deducted for ten years (40 quarters) or more. That is called premium-free Part A.
You will pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part B. The amount varies depending on your income. Medigap plans don’t pay for Part B premiums.
However, each health plan sets the premium for the Medigap policies it offers. The premium can vary from one plan to the next – even though the benefits are the same.
The costs and benefits for Medigap plans vary widely. Find a trusted advisor to determine the best option for you.
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