Medicare Supplement Plan G Explained
Plan G Facts for Tampa, Bradenton and Sarasota, Florida
Plan G is one of ten Medicare Supplement plan letters (A-N). Plan G is very easy coverage to understand. It mirrors Plan F with one distinct difference. Plan G has a $185.00 Part B deductible (Plan F does not). Once you reach your deductible, Plan G and Plan F are exactly the same coverage, in that they will cover all Part A and Part B expenses over and above what original Medicare pays.
If you can’t decide whether Plan F or Plan G is the right fit for you, it boils down to simple math. If the savings in premium is greater than $185.00, annually, Plan G will probably make the most financial sense. If the savings is less than $185.00, Plan F will probably make the most financial sense.
Another point to remember. If you begin receiving Medicare after January 1, 2020, Plan F will not be available to you. This will make Plan G the new “Cadillac” plan.
Lastly, every company that offers Plan G’s in Florida, offer the same exact coverage. The only difference from one company’s Plan G to another companies Plan G is the monthly premium. The coverage is exactly the same. I will show you every Plan G in your county, sorted by monthly premium. It will make your decision easy on the best Plan G for you.