What You May Not Know About Insurance for Retirement - Supplemental Insurance
Supplemental insurance. This is protection designed to help cover the differences between what Medicare pays and what you must pay out of pocket. Supplemental insurance can help cover Medicare Part A and Part B deductibles, co-pays and other health care expenses not covered by Medicare — including certain preventive care service charges. There are open enrollment periods for this type of coverage that can begin when you enroll in Medicare Part B.
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