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What’s the average cost of a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan F?

By on February 13th, 2012
Filed: Caregivers, Facts, Medicare, Seniors

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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.

We try to make that easy to do on PlanPrescriber.com and eHealthMedicare.com by enabling you to compare plans side-by-side on some important criteria.

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.

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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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Ross Blair has applied more than 26 years of technology experience to develop PlanPrescriber.com, a website that makes it easier for seniors and their caregivers to select and enroll in the best Medicare products for their specific needs. In his role as CEO, he has worked closely with pharmacists, insurers, physicians, caregivers and seniors to identify the most critical and complex aspects of Medicare and create a system that delivers this information to consumers in a format that is easy to use and understand.

2 Comments Add Your Comment

Ryan on Monday, June 17 @ 2:47 pm

Can’t go wrong with a Plan F. We like the Plan G due to cost savings and lower rate increases.

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