Will My Spouse Of 62 Receive Medicare If I'M 65 And I Receive Medicare Benefits?

 
Published on May 2, 2013
Category: Education
Source: Youtube

http://www.ehealthmedicare.com/ Generally not. The minimum age for Medicare eligibility is sixty-five. But, if your spouse has been getting Social Security disability benefits for twenty-four months, they can receive Medicare at any age. Otherwise, you can purchase coverage from a private insurance company for your spouse until they turn age sixty-five. Contact your State Health Insurance Assistance Program to discuss your options and go to eHealthInsurance.com to compare private insurance plans. For more Medicare FAQs please visit: http://www.ehealthmedicare.com/about-medicare/faq/