Anyone at age 65 should evaluate how — or if — Medicare will fit into their health-care coverage. Here's why

Anyone at age 65 should evaluate how — or if — Medicare will fit into their health-care coverage. Here's why

Anyone at age 65 should evaluate how — or if — Medicare will fit into their health-care coverage. Here's why - The rules for Medicare enrollment when you already have workplace insurance depend partly on how many employees your company has. - For Part B, the late-enrollment penalty is 10% for each 12-month period you should have been enrolled. - For Part D, the penalty is 1% of the national base premium — $33.37 in 2022 — for each month you didn't have Part D or creditable coverage and should have. - If you're uncertain whether you need to sign up, it's worth checking with your human resources department or your insurance carrier. It's not just retirees who need to think about Medicare. Anyone who plans to keep working when …
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