65Medicare.org was created specifically for 64-year-olds. With easy-to-understand Medicare resources, we demystify Medicare with expert, online guidance.
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If you are still working at 65, you should request HSA contributions stop before Medicare enrollment. Beginning with the first month you are enrolled in Medicare, your contribution limit is zero. In fact, to avoid an IRS penalty, stop contributions to an HSA between 1-7 months prior to enrolling in Medicare Part A or claiming Social Security (SS) benefits after age 65.Do you have to be 65 to get Medicare?
Most people qualify for Medicare when they turn age 65. However, it is also possible to get Medicare before you are 65 under certain circumstances, such as if you have a disability, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), or end-stage renal disease.Will I be automatically enrolled in Medicare at 65?
Medicare will automatically start when you turn 65 if you’ve received Social Security Benefits or Railroad Retirement Benefits for at least 4 months prior to your 65th birthday. You’ll automatically be enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Part B at 65 if you get benefit checks.Does everyone get Medicare at 65?
As long as you meet the eligibility requirements for Medicare, then no, you can’t be rejected for Medicare. Medicare is available to everyone turning 65, even if you have pre-existing health conditions.
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