“Original Medicare” vs. Medicare Advantage – An Expert’s View

These days it seems like every other TV advertisement we see is some celebrity telling us about their Medicare Advantage plan which, according to them, is the greatest thing since sliced bread. Offers of “free” dental, drug, and vision coverage and the temptation to possibly get a “$144 increase in your Social Security check” lure many seniors to respond to these ads. Which, of course, is exactly what they’re designed to do. But the devil is in the details when it comes to Medicare Advantage, as explained by Medicare expert Justin Brock in this Newsweek article. Reality is that Medicare Advantage plans always have restrictions, and those restrictions could mean your healthcare savings won’t be all you thought they would be. Click here to read more. Your best approach would be to engage the services of an independent broker who offers multiple types of Medicare supplemental and Medicare Advantage plans from multiple providers, as does AMAC’s Medicare team at www.amac.us/medicare.

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