Signing On to Medicare: A First Hand Experience – Part 1
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Signing On to Medicare: A First Hand Experience – Part 2

Recently, I wrote about turning 65 and my foray into Medicare territory as a personal journey. Though I’m not retired, I did manage to get signed up for Medicare Part A – the Medicare we  can get at 65, which at least partially covers major medical costs. For those who have a work history qualifying them for Social Security, there is no charge.

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