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While all Medicare Plan N offer identical benefits, the same cannot be said when it comes to what you might pay.
The information comes from an analysis of Medicare Plan N policy pricing conducted by the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance in May, 2021.
Depending on where you live, there may be 4 or 5 insurance companies offering Plan N policies. There could be as many as 24 or 25. Comparing is very difficult to do because comparison software is generally only available to insurance agents.
For that reason, we suggest working with a Medicare insurance agent who can compare multiple insurance policies.
You can use the Association’s directory to find agents in your area.
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Enter your Zip Code in the box on the right. Click FIND AGENTS. That’s it!
Click the link to open a PDF of this document: Medigap-Plan N Price Index
Want to see 2021 Medicare Plan G Prices? Click the link.
According to industry data, more seniors turning age 65 enroll in Medicare Supplement Plan G than Plan N. What’s the difference ?
Plan G offers more protection than Plan N. You should know the two areas that Plan G covers, but that Plan N doesn’t.
Plan N does not cover:
Because Plan G generally provides more benefits, it is more expensive than Plan N. Many consumers find that while Plan G usually has higher premiums, it can save money in the long run. For instance, if you need to visit your doctor for treatment regularly, your out-of-pocket costs with Plan N can easily add up. As a result, Plan N can cost you more than if you had selected Plan G.
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Can You Switch policies after buying? Every consumer has the right to change their mind and cancel a new Medigap policy within the first 30 days. The 30 days is called your “free-look period.” It starts the day you get your new Medigap policy. After the 30 days it can be difficult. But, speak to the insurance agent or broker you work with. They should be able to help you find any options. These can vary.