Kitchen Roundtable

We got all of the material and it is so massive and confusing. The fine print (actually what one

consultant we spoke to told us) tells us that if you change plans, and don't like it for some reason, there is no guarantee you will be able to get back in your old plan. That concerns me because we both have preexisting conditions, and under current guidelines, we could be turned down. We would rather pay the increased premium.

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OT: Heads up--Medicare Supplement Plans *LINK*
Annddddd, more info on the companies themselves. *LINK*
We got all of the material and it is so massive and confusing. The fine print (actually what one
That is true, GG, no guarantee about going back.