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Medicare, Social Security, & More

Medicare

If you already receive Social Security Benefits such as Retirement, Disability (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) you will automatically be enrolled in Medicare at age 65 or when you qualify with disability benefits. To enroll on your own behalf, visit the Social Security website at: The United States Social Security Administration | SSA, call your local Social Security office for an appointment, or contact your Elder Benefit Specialist. Welcome to Medicare | Medicare this website allows you to explore your Medicare options including comparing prescription drug, supplemental and advantage plans as well as research Medicare coverage.

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Social Security

Social Security Retirement: If you qualify, you can begin to receive benefits as soon as the month you turn 62. This is an important decision to make and Social Security encourages you to plan carefully before applying for benefits. The following Social Security website has information on planning for retirement: Plan for retirement | SSA

How to Apply

How to Apply: To enroll on your own behalf, visit the Social Security website at: The United States Social Security Administration | SSA, call your local Social Security office for an appointment, or contact your Elder Benefit Specialist.

2024 Social Security Cost of Living Increase: 3.2%

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