Working Past Age 65?

You have options. Medicare can be more cost-effective than your employer group plan or current coverage.


What to Consider

If you’re working past 65, you have many factors to consider as you decide on your health care coverage. For example, you may ask yourself:

  • Do I need to take Medicare even though I’m still working?
  • Should I delay Medicare Part B?
  • How does Medicare work with my health savings account (HSA)?
  • How does Medicare work with my employer’s health insurance?
  • Can I be penalized for not taking Medicare at age 65?

Our advisors are here to help you answer these questions and more.

Prepare for Medicare

Even if you aren’t ready to transition to Medicare, learning all you can is an important first step. Check out our blog to get started.

You can also download our free Complete Guide to Medicare. This comprehensive guide contains all the basics you need to know as you start your Medicare journey. Click the button to download yours!

Are You Eligible for Medicare?

Use our free tool to find out if you meet all the requirements.

Most of our clients are just like you. They had questions about their specific situation and turned to us for guidance. Our advisors listen, get to know you and help you get started on the right path.

After you enroll in a plan with us, you gain access to our dedicated team of client advisors. At no cost to you, we will answer your questions and provide resources to help you make the most of your Medicare plan.

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