A growing number of Americans are working past age 65—typically the age when you enroll in Medicare. But if you’re still getting health insurance through your employer at that age, does it make sense to move to Medicare?
The best answer to that question depends on factors unique to you, including:
When navigating the question “When should I enroll in Medicare?” it’s important to step carefully in order to avoid stiff late enrollment penalties for Medicare Part B (outpatient services) and smaller penalties for Part D (prescription drugs).
Let’s walk through the rules on timing your Medicare enrollment, and the tradeoffs of these decisions.
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