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Frequently Asked Questions

Common Questions Answered for your convenience.

What is final expense insurance, and how does it differ from traditional life insurance?

Final expense insurance is a type of life insurance specifically designed to cover end-of-life expenses, such as funeral costs, medical bills, and other debts. Unlike traditional life insurance, final expense insurance typically has a lower coverage amount and is easier to qualify for. It provides peace of mind for families by ensuring that these specific expenses are covered.

Can I purchase final expense insurance if I have pre-existing health conditions?

Yes, many final expense insurance policies are designed to be more accessible, even for individuals with pre-existing health conditions. Some plans do not require a medical exam, making it easier for people with health challenges to obtain coverage. However, it's essential to review policy details and work with an agent to find the best fit for your specific situation.

What is the difference between Medicare Part A and Part B?

Medicare Part A primarily covers hospital-related expenses, such as inpatient hospital stays, skilled nursing facility care, hospice care, and some home health care. On the other hand, Medicare Part B covers outpatient care, preventive services, doctor visits, and other medically necessary services. Together, Part A and Part B form the foundation of Original Medicare.

Do I need additional coverage if I have Original Medicare (Parts A and B)?

While Original Medicare provides essential coverage, it may not cover all expenses. Many individuals choose to enroll in Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) or Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans to fill coverage gaps. Medigap plans help with out-of-pocket costs, while Medicare Advantage plans often include additional benefits beyond what Original Medicare offers.

How do I qualify for Extra Help with Medicare prescription drug costs?

Extra Help, also known as the Low-Income Subsidy (LIS) program, is designed to assist individuals with limited income and resources in paying for their prescription drug costs under Medicare Part D. To qualify, you must meet specific income and asset requirements. The Social Security Administration determines eligibility, and individuals can apply through their local Social Security office or online at the official Social Security website.

Can I change my Medicare coverage during the Annual Enrollment Period?

Yes, the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) allows Medicare beneficiaries to make changes to their coverage. This period typically runs from October 15 to December 7 each year. During AEP, individuals can switch between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage, change or add Part D prescription drug plans, and explore other coverage options. It's a crucial time to review your current coverage and make adjustments based on your evolving healthcare needs.