Why Won’t Congress Ease Medicare Enrollment For Those Not Yet Taking Social Security?
You are turning 65. But-- like 40 percent of other 65-year-olds-- you have not yet claimed your Social Security benefits. For many older adults, that choice makes good financial sense. Except for one problem: You may find yourself getting hit with big penalties for failing to enroll in Medicare. Why? Because you probably didn’t know
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