Medicare: Turning 65

Wed, 04/10/2013 - 12:23pm
Text Reads Turning 65 and need medicare?

Many are confused about when to enroll in Medicare when they are turning 65.  You will automatically be enrolled in Medicare Part A (hospital) if you have worked at least 40 quarters over the years.  Part B, however, is different.  If you are currently receiving social security income, then you will automatically be enrolled.  If not, you will have to voluntarily enroll in Part B yourself.  You can enroll up to 90 days ahead of the effective date of your Medicare (usually the 1st day of your birthday month).  If you are still working, you may or may not need  Part B.  Call me, and I'll help you figure it all out.  Easy. 

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