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Late Enrollment Penalty ?
Typically, Part A comes without a premium, that is if you
have worked more than 40 quarters. However, those who
choose not to enroll into Medicare Part B, or Part D, when
First Eligible, will face a Late Enrollment Penalty.
You are first-eligible to enroll into Medicare (3) months
prior to your 65th Birthday. Generally you are late, if you
wait more than (3) months past your 65th Birthday unless
you have another coverage, such as from your employer.
If you turn 65 while covered under an employer group-plan,
once you disenroll from it and enroll into Medicare, you may
loose the opportunity to re-enroll back into that group-plan.
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