Medicare Supplement

Feeling overwhelmed with all the Medicare Supplement information flooding your mailbox? Well you’re not alone.  Call us to set up an appointment to discuss your options. We can start discussing as early as 6 months before your 65th birthday.  Located locally in Rocky Mount to offer that one on one service you deserve! Skip the 800# and have a seat in our office.

Commonly asked:

  • “I’m turning 65 but still working, what should I do?”
  • “I have medical issues, will I be approved for coverage?”
  • “How much is my copay?”
  • “Does it cover my prescriptions?”
  • “When should I set up my appointment to review my options?”
  • “Which is better, plan F or plan G?”
  • “Does this cover prescriptions too?”

These are the types of questions that we’re here to help you understand.  Our office doesn’t charge fees for plan reviews and working with a licensed agent doesn’t increase your monthly premium.  Give us a call today to schedule your appointment.

Medicare Part D

So you have Original Medicare (Parts A&B) but that doesn’t cover your prescriptions…what do you do?  You gather your prescription drug list from home or your pharmacy and schedule an appointment in our office.  We are required to provide you with a Scope of Sales Appointment form before an face to face meetings to ensure we are on the same page of what we will discuss. (I’d like to either have a hyperlink to the doc so they can print it prior to the meeting).

There are more than 20 different drug plans to choose from and your prescription list and pharmacy will determine which is best for you.  We offer three Medicare Part D Plans and will help you choose the best plan for you.

The Annual Enrollment Period for Medicare Part D  is 10/15 – 12/7 each year and coverage is begins on January first.  Medicare Part D is a pretty unique coverage not only do the insurance carriers will send you a letter in September to tell you but you can to change your plan annually to fit your needs with no questions asked…pretty unique!

Common Comment: “I don’t take many drugs”, “I don’t take any drugs”, “My drugs are so inexpensive I can pay for them out of pocket”, “I can use the $4 drug plan at the pharmacy” that all lead to the big question…do I still need a Part D Drug Plan and the answer is yes!  If this was your question or you have other questions, please call us for an appointment to discuss in person. You deserve face to face service especially with a benefit as important as this.

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