Skip to content

You could save on auto insurance when you complete the AARP Smart Driver course! Use code '2019' to save 25 percent now.

 

En español | It can. The doughnut hole (or coverage gap) is part of the way Part D is structured, at least until 2020. It is not tied to a particular type of Part D plan. However, Part D plan sponsors, including Advantage plans, can choose to offer more generous benefits in the doughnut hole — where some coverage may be offered — or they can use the minimum standard that includes the doughnut hole. Very few plans provide any type of coverage in the doughnut hole, however.


Today’s Topics

    View More
    Skip Google Map Content

    In Your City

    Your City Name

    Enter address, city, state, or ZIP code.

    Hide Filter Results
    Filter Results
    Distance (in miles)

      AARP In Your State

      Visit the AARP state page for information about events, news and resources near you.