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Dear Readers: Part one of this two-part series addressed my personal experience of signing up for Medicare Parts A and B as one of the “working aged.” That means I’m not retired. Yeah, I figured that out without help. This continuation takes you through the rest of my Medicare sign-up process.

For months, I’d been receiving a deluge of mail from insurance companies telling me that I was turning 65 (oh, I’d forgotten!).

Read part 2 of my Medicare journey:

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