Saving Money In Retirement

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My husband is 76 and pays $227 per month for Plan F supplemental insurance (Anthem Blue Cross) in addition to Medicare.  He has the no deductibles Plan F.

For other Edhat retirees with Plan F, how does his premium stack up with yours?  The premium cost increases each year, but older people than my husband seem to have lower premiums, also with Anthem, or with other companies.

We would like to learn from your Plan F experience.  Every dollar saved is a dollar earned.  Our dollars optimally will last as long as we do!

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a-1498970722 Jul 01, 2017 09:45 PM
Saving Money In Retirement

I took care of folks, not familiar w/ Plan F, but mom's monthly premium for Medicare supplement was $250. We were never charged for anything, and had lots of hospital visits and stays, and a hip replacement. But she's been gone 2 years now.

Best to you!

a-1498882883 Jun 30, 2017 09:21 PM
Saving Money In Retirement

“I am 68 and get my supplemental Plans F and D through AARP/United Healthcare. I pay $168.64 and $33.40 a month respectively.”

edwardchapeau Jun 30, 2017 01:06 PM
Saving Money In Retirement

Great plan. Seemingly, F is destined to go poof in 2020, and be replaced by a new Plan G.

TWOSCOOPS Jun 30, 2017 12:41 PM
Saving Money In Retirement

If you don't want lots of bills to deal with, having Plan F is great. No bills come in. Less stress. At least, that's the way it is supposed to work.

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