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You asked: I well be 65 in august 2014 when do I sign up for medicare

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Medicare supplement plans are not changing under the ACA, and operate differently than private health plans for people under the age of 65. You are...
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If your husband is turning 65 he'll be eligible for all parts of Medicare and he'll automatically be signed up for Part A (hospital coverage). He'll...
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Medicare Advantage plans (many of which include Part D coverage) are administered by private insurance companies approved by the government to...
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If you are currently covered by Medicare, the new Marketplaces are not for you. You'll stay on Medicare.
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Medicare Advantage (also called Medicare Part C) is a kind of Medicare health plan that you can get from a private insurance company. This kind of...
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Seniors continue to have a choice when they turn 65 and beyond, to enroll in the traditional Medicare plan or to enroll in a Medicare HMO or Medicare...
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The Marketplaces are not for people with Medicare. You can search for a new Medicare Advantage plan (it sounds like that may be the type of coverage...
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Medicare Part C (also called Medicare Advantage) is a kind of Medicare health plan that you can get from a private insurance company. This kind of...
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Even people without enough work credits are eligible for Medicare. They just have to pay for Part A, whereas those with about 10 years of work...
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You'll want to sign up for a private health plan, which you'll cancel once you're eligible for and signed on with Medicare. No need to search for any...
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Yes. People on Medicare don't need to make any changes to their coverage.
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Will you be applying for Social Security? If so, your premium for Part B will be taken out of your check. Part A, which covers hospital stays...
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Medicare plans and private plans available under the health care law are separate. Medicare supplement plans are still allowed to turn you down or...
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I suggest you call the Marketplace directly to discuss your situation and to get help signing up. Most people over the age of 65 do have Medicare...