Which Supplemental Medicare Plans Does Renaissance Life Offer in South Dakota?
Renaissance Life & Health Insurance Company of America offers 4 of the standardized Medigap policies in South Dakota. Each Medigap plan offers a different range of coverage (see comparison chart or check out our review). Here's a quick look at Renaissance Life's offering:
Attained Age Rated Medigap Plans: With this plan rating type your monthly premium is based on your current age. As you age your premium will increase. As an example, if you enroll in a Medigap policy at age 65 with a premium of $120, it may increase to $138 when you turn 69, and $162 at age 72. Also, Attained Age rated plans may increase with inflation.
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Renaissance Life Medigap Plan Benefits Comparison Chart
The following table shows what each Renaissance Life Medigap plan covers:
REVIEW: Renaissance Life Medicare Supplements in South Dakota
Renaissance Life scored 3.0 out of 5.0 based on our scoring method. Renaissance Life has a good financial rating from A.M. Best, but their Plan F is not in the top 10 best rates and they have less than 10 years experience servicing Medicare Supplements. Plus, they ding you with a $25.00 policy fee. We are confident in their financial strength, but feel there are better options in South Dakota. See the top 10 competition.
Here are the pros and cons from our analysis:
- Excellent financial strength.
- Plan F premium not in top 10 best.
- Fewer than 5 years in the Medicare Supplements business.
- Does not offer Medicare SELECT plans.
- Does not offer the 5 most popular plans.
- Charges a fee to write the policy.
About This Review
We reviewed Renaissance Life's Medicare supplement plan offering in South Dakota versus all other insurance carriers in the state. Our review is unbiased. We use a formula that looks at years in business, A.M. Best financial strength rating, plans serviced, plan premiums and fees. We do not take into account rate increase history. Our goal is to present information accurately and without bias, based on our interpretation of factual information about each carrier.
Competition vs. Renaissance Life Plan F
Plan F is the most popular plan sold by Renaissance Life in South Dakota. The table below gives you an idea of rates by the top ten vs. Renaissance Life.
Contact Renaissance Life Medigap Sales
For more information about this Medicare Supplement carrier, and other plans on this site, call 1-855-728-0510 (TTY 711). You may also start your Medicare Supplement enrollment online. You can contact the plan directly at:
For assistance 24 hours a day, call 800-633-4227. TTY users should call 877-486-2048 or visit www.medicare.gov. If you qualify for Medicare but have not yet enrolled or verified your enrollment status, you can do so on the Social Security Administration website.
Renaissance Life Medicare Supplements are available to all South Dakota beneficiaries, ages 65 and older, who have enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Part B.
If you are within your first six months of Medicare enrollment, you have guaranteed issue rights and cannot be turned down. Renaissance Life is required to issue the Medicare Supplement policy of your choice. So long as you make no material misrepresentations and pay your premiums, your policy cannot be canceled.
Renaissance Life services Medicare supplement insurance in Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Aberdeen, Brookings, Watertown, and most other South Dakota cities.
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On this page our goal is to help consumers: Compare Renaissance Life Medigap plans in South Dakota with the best Medicare supplements available. Read our review. Get a free quote. Did we succeed?