What if you could lower your Medicare insurance premiums by $100’s per year without changing your insurance coverage, without changing your doctor, without changing anything except your bill? In this video I show real life examples of how you can do just that. We also talk about one of the biggest mistakes people make when they get their first Medigap plan. It’s a mistake that will end up costing them thousands of dollars over their lifetime.
This brief video is for people new to Medicare or those that have received uncomfortable price increases and want to know if they have an overpriced Medicare supplement plan.
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