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We are a membership organization of Christians, and our members are our owners.
Our purpose is to serve our members and society by guiding both to be wise with money and live generously.
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We succeed when our members, their families, and their communities thrive.
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Thrivent Financial Medicare Supplements

Medicare Supplements

Medicare, the federal health insurance program, alone does not cover all of your medical expenses. With all the deductibles and co-payments, you could end up having out-of-pocket expenses. A Medicare supplement insurance plan can help you cover these costs.

When you become eligible for Medicare, it may be the primary means of paying for your medical expenses for the rest of your life. The more you understand the benefits, the better prepared you and your family will be.

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The following provisions apply to all states:

  • 30-day free look – As a customer, you have 30 days from the date you receive a policy to review it. If you decline the policy within this period, the company must refund all the premium you paid.
  • Open-enrollment period – The best time to buy a Medicare supplement insurance policy is during your open enrollment period. The open enrollment period lasts six months and begins on the first day of the month in which you are both:
    • Age 65 or over and enrolled in Medicare Part B;1 or
    • Under age 65, with a disability or end-stage renal disease (except in CA) and enrolled in Medicare Part B. This applies to select states.

    During this six-month open-enrollment period, an insurance company cannot deny you Medicare supplement insurance coverage or increase the premium for a policy because of past or present health problems.

Understanding Medicare supplement insurance and the benefits provided in the standardized plans can help you select the plan that best meets your needs.

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