Working Past 65

Your spouse is eligible for Medicare when he or she turns 65; until then, they may need to find individual health insurance after you enroll in Medicare.

Is My Spouse Eligible for Medicare When I Turn 65?

June 16, 2021 RetireMEDiQ
Medicare FAQ: Is My Spouse Eligible for Medicare When I Turn 65? The short answer:...

What You Need to Know Before You Enroll in Medicare

April 23, 2021 Connor Poff
Are you planning to enroll in Medicare in the near future? If so, you have...

Coming off Employer Coverage? Here’s What You Can Do

March 22, 2021 Connor Poff
Making the Switch to Medicare From Employer Coverage When you choose group health coverage through...

Do I Have to Retire to Enroll in Medicare?

February 22, 2021 Connor Poff
Medicare FAQ: Do I Have to Retire to Enroll in Medicare? The short answer: No....

When Should I Stop My Health Savings Account Contributions?

November 16, 2020 Connor Poff
A health savings account (HSA) is a financial account available for health care costs. Typically,...
Late Enrollment Penalties

What to Know About Late Enrollment Penalties (LEPs)

August 18, 2020 RetireMEDiQ
As individuals approach age 65, questions come up about initial enrollment period and the risk...

10 Common Medicare Questions Answered

July 13, 2020 RetireMEDiQ
If you’re feeling overwhelmed as you plan to enroll in Medicare, you’re not alone. With...
Medicare Enrollment Form

What Is Medicare Part B? A Quick Review of Your Coverage & Costs

November 11, 2019 Connor Poff
What Is Medicare Part B? Medicare Part B is one of four parts in the...

June Medicare Must-Knows

May 31, 2019 RetireMEDiQ
We strive to keep you informed about the latest Medicare news. Each month, we recap...