"Many people who are still working just sign up for Medicare Part Aat 65 (because it’s free) and delay signing up for Part B while they’re covered by their employer’s insurance. But you must sign up forMedicare Part B no later than eight months after you leave your job and lose that coverage, or else you could get hit with a lifetime penalty and a gap in coverage.
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