When I was one of the working poor I just kept a band-aid in my billfold. A lot of money could have been saved -not to mention (but I'm mentioning it anyway so why did I even bother with the not to mention part? If I was going to mention the VERY THING I said "not to mention for in the first dang place" immediately afterwards, but I digress)- a good deal of good health for me....lost my train of thought...OH yeah, I would have been better off and the ruling entity that is now our government would have saved money too, if I had- had just a little info on preventive measures for hypertension and early type 2, both sticking out like a sore thumb for decades....Oh well.<quoted text>
Sorry, but I can't answer your question on the best Medicare supplement insurance as far as a company except to say that I personally would stay away from the Network Plans. My pre-Medicare health coverage under my prior empployment was one of those Network plans and I had to take the wife 96 miles away for physical therapy when it was available right down the street.
You win some you lose some I blew this post early on anyways....
Good night people.