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4 dangers for first-time Medicare enrollees

Money Talks News Logo By Marilyn Lewis of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 5: Retirement is a time of transition and new beginnings. That’s a nice way of saying it’s when most people first tangle with the federal government on health care.
Age 65 is generally when you become eligible for Medicare health insurance. But the rules, options and ramifications of when and how you sign up for the federal program are complex.
Following are a few pitfalls you might encounter if you fail to sign up correctly at the get-go. Read on to avoid big hassles and and serious fees.

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Retirement is a time of transition and new beginnings. That’s a nice way of saying it’s when most people first tangle with the federal government on health care.

Age 65 is generally when you become eligible for Medicare health insurance. But the rules, options and ramifications of when and how you sign up for the federal program are complex.

Following are a few pitfalls you might encounter if you fail to sign up correctly at the get-go. Read on to avoid big hassles and and serious fees.

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