Wisconsin Medicare Insurance Plans
Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Policies
Wisconsin requires insurers to offer at least one Medigap policy to adults under 65 afflicted with disabilities.
Mini-COBRA Policies (small group)
Wisconsin requires small employers (up to twenty employees) to extend health coverage for eighteen months following termination of employment.
Medicare Savings Program in Wisconsin
The following data is from 2016 and is based on federal amounts. These amounts may increase in 2017. If your income and resources are slightly higher, you should still apply, you may qualify for benefits even if your income is higher than the limits listed.*
- Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries (QMBs): For individuals with a monthly income under $1,010 and for couples with a monthly income under $1,355, the state pays all premiums for Part B and all Co-Pays and Deductibles for Parts A & B
*Data from Medicare.gov
**According to Secure.ssa.gov, you should be aware that several States may even disregard all resources for individuals or couples in certain categories.
Low-Income Subsidy (“extra-help”) for Prescription Drugs
In 2016, you may qualify if you have up to $17,820 in yearly income ($24,030 for a married couple).
If you live in Wisconsin, consult with one of our Medicare licensed sales agents to get personal assistance and compare Wisconsin Medicare insurance plans. One of our licensed sales agents can compare plans in your area and help you find the best plans for your needs.