How do I get my over 65 employees onto Medicare?
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When, Why and How should you sign up for Part B - Dr Visits
other types of health coverage
Medicaid - Medi Cal
group health plan coverage
group health plan coverage after you retire
group health plan coverage for people who are disabled (non-ESRD disability)
group health plan coverage for people with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
no-fault or liability insurance
Federal Black Lung Benefits Program
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As the “baby boom” generation ages, people are turning 65 each day — and your retirees or current employees may be among them. The different parts and enrollment requirements for Medicare can pose especially difficult questions for small businesses, and how your employees handle the transition can affect your bottom line.
Medicare Enrolling in Parts A & B # 11036 28 Pages
Medicare has different parts
Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance)
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance)
Can I get Part B if I don’t have Part A?
How do I know if I have Part A or Part B?
Medicare Part C (also known as Medicare Advantage)
Medicare Part D (prescription drug coverage)
When can I sign up?
Getting Part A and Part B automatically
Signing up for Part A and Part B
Turning 65 and you or your spouse is still working
Medicare and End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
Can I still get Medicare at 65?
I have Health Insurance Marketplace coverage
I have coverage through a health savings account (HSA)
Living outside the U. S.
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