What if my spouse or I am still working when we turn 65?
If you have a group medical plan available to you when you turn 65 you have the freedom to decide if you want to continue with the group plan (and postpone your Medicare Part B enrollment) or drop the group plan and go onto Medicare now. Sometimes it makes sense to keep the group plan but other times it makes sense to drop it. You should compare the premium and benefit differences to see which is your best option.
Does Medicare cover dental, vision or hearing (DVH)?
What if I have to move to a long term care facility?
What happens if I move?
(these plans are County specific) but will be given a Special Election Period to enroll in a new plan that is available there. If you have a Part D plan, you are able to continue with the plan as long as you did not move out of state. If you move out of the state you will be terminated from your plan but will be given a Special Election Period
to enroll into a new Part D plan available in your new state.