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Social Security and Medicare are both federal programs. Together, these programs help those no longer working due to retirement or disability. There are similarities and differences between these two programs. In some ways they work together and yet, they are two separate programs. Just because you qualify for one doesn’t mean you’ll immediately qualify for the other.
Are Medicare and Social Security the Same Thing?
What are the differences between Medicare and Social Security?
Can I File for Medicare Without Social Security
Can You Get Medicare If You’ve Never Worked?
Can You Immediately Receive Medicare with Social Security?
Will You Get Part A Coverage Immediately with Social Security?
Will Part B Deduct from my Social Security Check?
How Do I Pay Part B Without Social Security?
Will Part D Deduct from my Social Security Check?
How to Get Adequate Medicare Coverage
Our Medicare experts are here to help answer any questions you may have. We’ll walk you through the process, from finding the right plan to enrolling in a policy.
Did you know there is a Social Security Surplus fund that allows the government to fund the deficit while acquiring less from the public? And while Medicare isn’t mandatory, you will face penalties if you don’t have proper coverage.
We know there is a lot to understand about Medicare and Social Security, that’s why we’re here to help you. Call us today at the number listed above or complete the online rate form and get started today.