Omaha, NE (PRWEB) April 16, 2014
FreeMedicareReport.com, with help from CSG Actuarial, has ranked Medicare supplement companies across all states, plans, ages, genders, and ZIP Codes.
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Individuals turning 65 have numerous decisions to make when they become eligible for their Medicare benefits. One important decision is selecting a company to provide your Medicare supplement (or Medigap) insurance benefits.
Medicare supplement insurance policies help pay some of the healthcare costs that original Medicare doesn't cover. These costs include copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles.
Medigap policy costs vary drastically across the country. It is important to review the companies offering Medicare supplement insurance in your area. FreeMedicareReport.com assists with comparing all available plans and companies in your ZIP Code.
FreeMedicareReport.com has recently published the national company rankings for all plans, Plan N, and High Deductible Plan F.
According to this ranking, the top 10 Medicare supplement companies as of April 1, 2014 are:
1) Old Surety
3) New Era
4) Oxford Life
7) Central States Indemnity
8) Manhattan Life
The top 10 Medicare supplement companies as of April 1, 2014 for Plan N only are:
3) New Era
5) Oxford Life
7) Manhattan Life
8) Central States Indemnity
The top 10 Medicare supplement companies as of April 1, 2014 for High-Deductible Plan F only are:
High-Deductible Plan F
1) Standard Life
2) United American
3) New Era
4) CNO Financial
5) Reserve National
6) Bankers Fidelity
7) Thrivent Financial
9) American Republic Life
10) Manhattan Life
There are many choices to be made when signing up for Medicare. We want to make selecting an insurance company one of the easiest choices for you.
Our free report will provide the necessary insight for all available insurance options for your Medicare supplement product. This report will allow you to select the plan that fits your needs.
Review Medicare supplement options and generate insurance company comparison reports here: https://www.freemedicarereport.com.