Medicare Part B – How to sign up?

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By now, you should have a decent understanding of Medicare... When you become 65 years old, you will be eligible for benefits from the government known as Medicare.  These benefits can serve as either primary coverage or secondary coverage if you have private insurance. If you apply for Social Security, you will automatically be enrolled in Medicare. However, if you are still working at age 65 and beyond, you will need to enroll. There is a specific time frame for enrollment and several choices for the type of coverage you would like. Part B Medicare covers doctor's visits and outpatient care, as well as preventive care. There are two types of coverage: Original, which is overseen by the federal government, and Advantage Plans, which are run by private insurance companies and are typically HMOs or…
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