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Don’t make this costly mistake when it comes time to sign up for Medicare

If you are one of the roughly 3.4 million people ages 55 to 64 that have your health care coverage through the health marketplace, you need to be aware you will need to sign up for Medicare at age 65. According to Danielle Roberts, co-founder of Boomer Benefits, if you do not sign up for Medicare at 65, you can face late enrollment penalties; and you will need to pay the government back for all the subsidy dollars you have received since turning 65 and not leaving the plan.  To learn how to avoid costly mistakes when switching to Medicare from a health plan through the federal or state marketplace, click here…

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