65 Things Everyone Needs to
Know About Medicare
before Age 65
If you (or your spouse) have not earned enough work credits to qualify for Premium-free Medicare Part A by age 65, you may still enroll in Medicare Part A for a premium. The premium varies depending on the number of work credits that have been earned.
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