A brief overview on Michigan Medigap:
Medigap is supplemental insurance for Medicare. If you have Medicare Part A and Part B, You might have heard of Medigap or also known as Medicare Supplemental Insurance. This type of insurance is for individuals that need more coverage then just Part A and Part B of Medicare. It is sold by private insurance companies and all the plans are regulated by the federal government. If you need more information on Medigap please feel free to browse our blog or website. Now that you know more about the topic, let’s move on to why you would need to change plans.
Why would I need to switch my Medigap policy?
As your medical needs change over time, you might want to look over your policy. Maybe you need more coverage or maybe you need less coverage? Or maybe you can’t afford your current plan and need to switch. Medicare.gov does a great job covering this and breaks it down to 4 parts. You can read about that here.
When can I switch?
This becomes tricky as a lot of variables come into play when trying to switch plans. In most cases, you are “locked” into a plan, but like I said it really depends on things like: did you just get the plan? Or are you within your 6-month open enrollment period? If you are not sure you can give us a call and double check. We have USA, Licensed agents ready and happy to help.
Medigap free look period
If you decided to change your plan for whatever reason, you have what is called a Medigap “free look period”. This allows you to take 30 days and decide if you want the new policy. This period starts when you sign up for the new plan. We recommend not canceling your 1st plan, just in case you want to go back to it. However, this means you have to pay for both plans. Once you determine what plan you want to go with you have to cancel the other one.
Learn more about Medigap plans & rates in Michigan at http://emedigap-plans.com/michigan-medicare-supplement-plans. Our Michigan Medigap Insurance brokers will help you compare Medigap Insurance rates and plans in Michigan today. To talk to an expert in Michigan Medigap coverage call toll free 888-452-7949 today!