Medicare Supplement

When you think about social security you are likely thinking about triggering your benefits when you hit one of the following age milestones:

  •  62 years young
  •  66 years young  (aka Full Retirement Age or FRA) 
  •  70 years young


Unfortunately, in most situations none of those ages will actually get you to your lifetime maximum benefit. This means the income received from social security may not be enough to make ends meet. This may also mean that covering the costs of your regular medical expenses could become challenging, leaving you no choice but to return to work, which will likely have a negative affect on the monthly benefit received


Securing a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) insurance policy helps pay some of the healthcare costs that your Original Medicare does not. This includes things like co-payments, coinsurance and deductibles. 

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Are you ready to create a Medicare Supplement plan that will meet your needs?

Understanding all the ins and outs of Medicare coverage can feel daunting. The good thing is you do not have to do it alone.


If you would like to speak to us in more detail about Medicare Supplement coverage, CLICK HERE to complete this confidential form.