Medicare Eligibility

Medicare Eligibility When You’ve Just Moved or Returned to the U.S.

Medicare Eligibility If You Live Overseas or Are Moving Back to the U.S.   Whether you currently live overseas, or you’re returning to the U.S. after living outside of the country, you may be wondering whether you qualify for Medicare and how to sign up. Typically, U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents of at least five continuous years are eligible for Medicare when they turn 65 or at any age through disability. You can also get Medicare before 65 if you have end-...
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Premium-Free Medicare Part A for Non-Working Spouses

Premium-Free Medicare Part A for Non-Working Spouses   Your Medicare coverage doesn’t cover your spouse. Medicare beneficiaries who need health-care coverage need to receive their own Medicare insurance. However, this is a little different when it comes to eligibility and enrollment for premium-free Medicare Part A....
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Medicare Eligibility: How to Qualify for Medicare Benefits

Medicare Eligibility: How to Qualify for Medicare Benefits   There are different ways to qualify for Original Medicare, Part A and Part B. Most people become eligible for Medicare by aging into the system when they turn 65. However, you can also qualify for Medicare before 65 if you have certain disabilities. When it comes to other parts of Medicare, such as Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage plans), Medicare Part D (prescription dr...
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