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Old 03-16-2020, 11:27 AM   #1
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My Medigap/Medicare Supplement $ Went Down!

My Mutual of Omaha Plan G started last year at $124.60/mo. On Jan 1 it went up to $126.60, no biggie. Today I got a letter saying effective May 1 my premium is reduced to $119.98/mo and “your benefits will not change.”

Frankly I’m surprised, I guess not all health insurance news is bad?

Covid-19 may reverse this down the road, we’ll see.
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My Mutual of Omaha Plan G started last year at $124.60/mo. On Jan 1 it went up to $126.60, no biggie. Today I got a letter saying effective May 1 my premium is reduced to $119.98/mo and “your benefits will not change.”

I guess not all health insurance news is bad?

Covid-19 may reverse this down the road, we’ll see.
Wow, good for you Midpack. DH also has Mutual of Omaha Plan G and he got a notice his was going up 20%.
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