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When can I apply for Medicare?

I'm just turning 65 but am still working full time, should I apply for Medicare?
Status: Open    Jan 19, 2015 - 08:28 AM


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Mar 03, 2015 - 08:22 AM

3 months before you turn 65..........enroll in Medicare and Social Security.

That means get your Medicare Card. It is essential that you be enrolled because to enroll later will be a costly and painful experience financially.

This is the Part A and B of Medicare. It is probably to your advantage to apply for medicare supplment insurance.

As dull as it may be, read the informaton sent to you by Medicare and Social Security. It is readable and will provide you with ideas and understanding with the words and language of Social Security and Medicare.

It is simple to complain or be annoyed. The point is, how can you be annoyed with a process where you have not taken the time, effort, and curiosity to learn what it is about.

I also suggest you look at for medicare and social security. There are many videos which will offer you ideas.

This is a book about Social Security which will be of value: Get What's Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security

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