What type of insurance should I get if I am 65 and is till working?

  • by Kiet
  • May 02,2017
  • 8 answers

What type of insurance should I get if I am 65 and is till working?


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Flower 6 months ago

You can buy whatever your state or federal insurance exchange has to offer. Are you saying you do not want to enroll in Medicare?

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EINSURANCE 6 months ago

Hi, I would suggest medicare insurance to save you money and protect yourself. Also, life insurance would be a good choice if you have a pretty big family too. Hope it helps.

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Donald B 6 months ago

Apply for medicare. You can work and be on medicare.

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Judy 6 months ago

medicare

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Robel 6 months ago

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Judith 6 months ago

Do you or don't you still have health insurance via your employer? If not then you should have signed up for Medicare if you are still in your initial enrollment period which is the 3 months before and after the month you are age 65 as well as the month you are age 65. Otherwise you must wait until the general enrollment period which is Jan thru Mar of every year. And if you don't continue to have health insurance via your employer you will have to pay a penalty of a premium increase of 10% a month for every year you could have signed up for Medicare but didn't.
If you have insurance via your employer then you don't have to sign up for anything. When employment ends there is a 7 month special enrollment period for Medicare. You would need to prove that your employment ended in order to get the special enrollment period.
When you do become entitled to Medicare you might want to continue whatever other insurance you have as a supplement to Medicare.
While employed, your employer health insurance is primary. If you have Medicare it is secondary.
Not employed, Medicare is primary; other insurance is secondary.
I suggest you visit ssa.gov or just search "Medicare."

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Insurance Pickle.com 6 months ago

Car insurance.

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Casey Y 6 months ago

What type of insurance do you need? Car, home, life, health? Insurance on your collection of bird figurines...

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