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As of January 1, 2020 individuals who are newly eligible for Medicare will no longer be able to purchase Medigap Plan C or Plan F (this includes the high deductible Plan F option as well). This is a result of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) that prevents individuals new to Medicare from purchasing Medigap plans that pay for the Part B deductible, which is currently $185 for 2019. Both Plans C and F cover the Part B deductible. This law also applies to the 3 states- Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Minnesota- who operate their own Medigap systems.
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According to the 2019 annual report released this month by the Medicare Board Of Trustees regarding Medicare’s two separate trust funds- the Hospital Insurance (HI) Trust Fund, and the Supplementary Medical Insurance (SMI) Trust Funds- found that one of these two Medicare trust funds is on track to run out of reserves in seven years- these estimates aligning with last year's projections.
There used to be a time when having to answer a great deal of health questions in order to apply for life insurance was the norm. All those questions are enough to scare anyone off from trying to obtain a policy. You should know that having some health conditions will not keep you from being denied for life insurance.
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