"You have to sign up for supplemental coverage on your own, but you will be provided with all options available to you in your state. And you can choose from those if you want supplemental. Supplemental usually pays what Medicare does not pay. It sounds complicated, but it really isn't." - AM -----------------So Medicare "part B" is "bought" through the social security office? And they offer you some options? And they take the cost of it directly out of your social security check before it is ever directly deposited? And the supplemental drug coverage - do you buy that on the open market or do you get that through the social security office also - and is the cost of that also taken directly out of your monthly social security distribution - before it is directly deposited? Art
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