Unsure if you'll enroll in Medicare at 65? Avoid costly penalties with a complimentary guide!

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65 is the age the federal government has set for Medicare enrollment. Factors outside of age, like coverage through employment, may play into whether you have to enroll at 65.

However, if you don't enroll during your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) around your 65th birthday, there are potential enrollment penalties for waiting that can result in higher premiums. Some penalties can last for years without you knowing. Fill out the form to get your FREE copy of the Medicare Enrollment Penalties Guide and learn about enrollment penalties, how long they last, and how much they affect your premiums.

Download your FREE Medicare Enrollment Penalties Guide

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