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AMAC’s Medicare Tip of The Week: Determining if You Have a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Medicare Supplement Plan

Posted on Thursday, July 28, 2022
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by AMAC Medicare Advisory Service
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Unsure of what additional Medicare coverage you have? Watch this week’s Tip of the Week to see how you can determine whether you have a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Medicare Supplement Plan!

For help with Medicare plans – or any questions you may have about Medicare – contact AMAC’s Medicare Advisory Service at 1-855-696-7535 or click the button below!

(Please note that we do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options.)

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Janelle Bailey
Janelle Bailey
9 months ago

I am aware that AARP funds the WOKE agenda and Advantage Plans sound good, but in the end, it is not the best. That is why I have regular Medicare Plan N and Aetna Supplemental. I would like to check the cost a Supplemental plan through AMAC.

Avalon Carter
Avalon Carter
1 year ago

I have straight medicare, and AARP for my secondary insurance. I wish to leave AARP and get another one. What would you suggest??? Avalon

Robert Leib
Robert Leib
1 year ago

I am looking at retirement at age 60. What can I do to bridge my medical until I qualify for Medicare?

Wendy
Wendy
1 year ago

We have Medicare a and b along with Tricare for life, is Tricare for life considered advantage or supplement?

Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
1 year ago

Have Plan G Medicare
Cant do Advantage since limited providers alone
Like the Vision & Dental services ONLY

Seb
Seb
11 months ago

Hi I am in rural small town Georgia. Just turned 65 this month. Unplanned retirment hit me at age 62 yrs. June 2020. I just was unaware that is was happening for me at the time. As of January 2022 I had to began taking ss at less than full ret age. Exhausted all my savings now and looks like to me an advantage plan is my only affordable option. Does AMAC recommend any advantage plans ?

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