Turning 65 soon? It may be time to sign up for Medicare. Around your 65th birthday, you'll have a 7-month window of time when you can sign up for Medicare. It's called your Initial Enrollment Period—or IEP for short.
How can I learn about Medicare enrollment and eligibility?
To learn more about enrollment and eligibility for Medicare, sign up below to receive a comprehensive Medicare guide and seven-part educational email series to help you navigate your Medicare enrollment process. The series will tell you when your Initial Enrollment Period begins; teach you about Original Medicare, which includes Part A and Part B; and provide you with information about private Medicare plan options, including Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D and Medicare supplement insurance plans (Medigap). You will also get tips for how to choose the right plan, learn about key things to keep in mind when choosing Medicare coverage, and more.
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You'll get timely email reminders and information to help you navigate your Initial Enrollment Period as smoothly as possible.
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