Client randomly losing Part B

Jul 9, 2019

  1. LostDollar
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    That is not consistent with other discussions which have gone on on here.

    Turning 65 gives you an age based restart for Medicare benefits.

    I am out of time for searching right now-there is an online Social Security procedure manual that I expect would show the answer if one could come up with the right search term. At the moment, the best I can offer is this AARP article:

    Different Medicare Enrollment Periods, When and Why

    (Same thing applies to Part D:
    Q1Medicare.com FAQ: Q1FAQ.com/314.html )
     
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    But we still love you anyway LD.:yes:
     
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    Let me put this another way. A person can qualify for Medicare prior to age 65 due to having ESRD. The person has a transplant and 3 years later based on the ESRD rules, the Medicare eligibility ends. Down the road the person turns 65. You think they can't just apply for Medicare? #whyarewestilldiscussingthis #whydidyoucomehereforadvice #dowhateveryouwant
     
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