Frequently asked questions

Check out some of our frequently asked questions. If you have more questions, just contact us.

It depends. How is that for an answer? Most people become eligible for Medicare when they turn 65. However, individuals who have been receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for 24 months, are automatically enrolled in Medicare.

But turning 65 doesn't necessarily mean you need to enroll in Medicare. People have heard about the penalties associated with not enrolling in Medicare and that has struck fear in the heart of many.

But if you or your spouse is actively working and the employer provides your healthcare coverage, you may be able to delay enrolling in Medicare. The size of the employer plays a large part in whether you need to enroll in Medicare when first eligible.


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