Working past 65? You still have options.

Medicare can be a cost-effective solution when compared to a group plan or employer coverage.

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What to consider

If you’re working past 65, there are some important things to consider that may impact your Medicare decisions. Understanding the answers to the following questions can help you reduce stress, avoid unnecessary penalties and fines, and prepare you for a smoother transition into retirement:

  • Do I need to take Medicare even though I’m still working?
  • Should I delay Medicare Part B?
  • How does Medicare work with my Health Savings Account?
  • How does Medicare work with my employer’s health insurance?
  • Can I be penalized for not taking Medicare at age 65?

We’re here to help you answer these questions and more.

How to prepare

It’s never too early to begin preparing for your transition to Medicare. Here is an important step to take now:

Are you eligible for Medicare?

In order to be eligible for Medicare, there are certain requirements you must meet.

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