Medicare supplemental insurance is confusing the majority of seniors

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Research shows that 82 percent of people over 65 years don’t know how or where to buy it. Upon reaching the age of 65, most Americans will receive part A and will choose to be covered by part B as well, but beyond that, Medicare supplemental insurance appears to be causing seniors a significant amount of confusion. A survey was performed by a group called Medicare Medics, to examine the way in which individuals who newly qualify for the benefits are managing. It included participation from people 65 years of…

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