Omaha Insurance Medicare Supplement

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Omaha Insurance Medicare Supplement plans are designed to help you may what Medicare doesn’t. Those include deductibles, co-insurance and co-payments. Omaha Insurance Company was founded in 2006 and offers health and accident coverage through direct marketing, Mutual of Omaha’s advisor network and independent agent networks. They are part is a part of the Mutual of Omaha family of companies.

Omaha Insurance is rated A+ Superior by A.M. Best Company.

Omaha Insurance Company Medicare Supplement Insurance is offered in the following states:

Alabama

  • There is a $0 application fee and also a 12% household discount
  • Attained Age rating system

Arkansas

  • Arkansas does not have an application but there is a 12% household discount
  • Community rated
  • Plan F has averaged a 7.0% rate increase the last 4 years
  • Plan G has averaged a 6.1% rate increase the last 4 years

Arizona

  • Besides a $0 application fee, there is also a 12% household discount
  • Arizona uses Issue Age rating method
  • Plan F has averaged a 7.3% rate increase the last 5 years
  • Plan G has averaged a 3.1% rate increase the last 5 years

Idaho

  • There is no household discount nor a policy fee
  • The rating method is Issue Age

Louisiana

  • In addition to not having a policy fee, there is also a 12% household discount
  • Louisiana uses Attained Age rating system

Missouri

  • No application fee but there is a 12% household discount
  • Issue Age rating

New Jersey

  • There is a $0 application fee, but there is a 7% household discount
  • New Jersey uses Attained Age rating method
  • Medigap Plans A, C, D, F, High Deductible F, G, High Deductible G and also N are sold in New Jersey

North Dakota

  • The household discount is 7% but there is no policy fee
  • Attained Age rating

Oklahoma

  • Besides having a $0 application fee, there is also a 7% household discount
  • Oklahoma uses Attained Age rating method

Oregon

  • In addition to a $0 application fee, there is also a 12% household discount
  • Oregon uses Attained Age rating system

South Dakota

  • $0 application fee but there is a 12% household discount
  • Attained Age rating

Utah

  • Besides not having an application fee, there is also a 12% household discount
  • Utah uses Attained Age rating method