Seniors will, after the first of June 2010, have an astounding and somewhat confusing choice of 46 plans. Just about 29 of those plans will have either a full or partial deductible. The premiums will also range from about $22 a month on up to $104 a month. If there was ever a time to take some really wise advice about reading the fine print of every Medicare plan you are considering, this would be it.
In addition, in 2010 there will be 15 different Medicare Advantage plans. Call them Medicare Health options. Whatever you do choose to call them, if you haven’t had the training like your local health insurance broker, these new plans will throw you for a loop.
2010 will also bring with it some very significant changes in Medicare Supplement options. For this and other reasons, you really need to talk to a highly skilled health insurance professional to sort out what will work for you and your family.
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