Enrolling in Medicare isn’t always a simple decision

It used to be that enrolling in Medicare was a simple decision made when people retired and started collecting Social Security at 65.  But things are a lot different now, with many people working well beyond Social Security’s normal full retirement age, and that can mean it’s not always wise to enroll in Medicare as soon as you’re eligible.  This CNBC article by Philip Moeller shows you how to avoid making mistakes that can cost you money, and also affect the level of healthcare coverage you have.  Click here to read more.

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