Do Retirees Need A Supplement Medicare Policy
Posted in the Geriatric Medicine Forum
#1 May 14, 2012
If you are nearing retirement you may want to look close at your medical plans. As a retiree you are still responsible for around 20% of your medical bill which could be a hefty sum if you have a long term illness. Here is a good article on Medigap, which is a low cost government regulated Medicare supplement.
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