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No. Medicare is for age 65 and older.

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You can start drawing your social security check at age 62, but Medicare starts at age 65. The only way to get Medicare prior to age 65 is by a court qualifying you for a disability.

By being eligible for disability insurance benefits (DIB/RSDI).

No. Medicare begins at 65 (earlier if one is receiving Social Security disability benefits).

Only if you are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits.

age 65, or receiving Social Security disability payments, or on kidney dialysis

The only possibility for Medicare before age 65 is if you are under Social Security disability. Even then not everyone in that category is eligible.

No. You must be 65 years of age or older or you must have been receiving disability benefits for 24 months in order to be eligible for Medicare. Unless your wife is disabled, she can not join Medicare till age 65.

The (OASDI) Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (FICA) (social security and Medicare taxes) all mean the same tax.

To apply for disability retirement coverage you will need to be under the age of 65 and meet specific requirements. The requirements include that you are vested, you begin receiving Social Security disability benefits and that you have recent coverage for disability.

persons under age 65 and not eligible for Social Security disability payments

Age 65, except for persons receiving Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits.

To be eligible for Medicare under the age of 65 you need to be disabled for a consecutive 24 months. On the 25 month of disability you will get Medicare Part A and be eligible to enroll in Part B. At any age, if you are diagnosed with ESRD (end stage renal disease) you will receive Medicare benefits. At any age, if you are diagnised with Lou Gehrig's disease you will receive Medicare benefits.

After 24 months on Social Security Disability you are eligible for medicare. Actually, at the age of 38 a member of my family who worked for nearly 20 years prior to a permanent medical disablity then became a recipient of Social Security Disability income and was on Medicare within a month. There was no 2 year wait. If a person has not worked enough hours and receives SSI (Supplemental Security Income) they qualify for Medicaid instead of Medicare.

You get medicare soon after your 24th consecutive social security check. Sucks, don't it? If you retire at 62, you'll get it at 64. Unless you are receiving [Social Security] Disability Insurance Benefits, eligibility for all parts of Medicare begins at age 65.

Yes, if you have limited income/assets, meet citizenship requirements, and are the caretaker relative of a child under 18.

Sixty-five, unless you're receiving Social Security disability.

No - one has to apply and have at least 40 calendar quarters of credit (i.e., earnings covered by Medicare).

Double check with your local Social Security office to find out about your eligibilty for Medicare. Generally, after you are on Social Security Disability for two years, you are eligible for Medicare regardless of your age. I found this, thought it may help: Medicare Eligibility Tool

It will as soon as the child is born and you get them assigned a SS#. You may also be eligible for supplemental SSI if there is no one paying child support. Medicare will not insure the newborn. I suggest that you apply for Medicaid for the child - now - through the State of Texas.

No, u must wait till age 65. However, there may still be a disability plan available at low cost.

Old age survivors and disability insurance (oasdi) social security benefits and medicare insurance .

Medicare is a government sponsored health insurance. This insurance is automatic for individuals over the age of 65, and for individuals who have been on disability for 24 months (from the approval date). Medicare does not pay for housing,.

More information would really be necessary. In general, Medicare does not cover a non-eligible spouse. Purchasing a private inurance policy would be advisable. If you have special medical needs due to a disability, or if you turn 62, you may become eligible to apply for social security and Medicare under your husbands earnings if you don't qualify yourself.

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