What’s the average cost of a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan F?
Continuing on with my series of Frequently Asked Questions about Medicare Supplements (see previous posts); here is the answers to the question: What’s the average cost of a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan F?
They were projected to cost $194 per month, $2,329 per year in 2011, according to The Commonwealth Fund, which did an analysis of projected Medicare Supplement Insurance F Plans back in 2003.
But, average premiums will change, based on a number of criteria. I’ve spoken with people who pay more than $200 per month, and others who pay far less per month for a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan F.
What we strongly encourage people to do is actually compare plans in your area side-by-side to see what you’ve got available.
Often when you’re shopping for a Medicare Supplement, you are doing an “apples-to-apples” comparison, but there are some things you should consider.
You can also see our previous post on Why should I do a side-by-side comparison of Medicare supplement plans?
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