Acceptance of Medicare has no effect on your eligibility for Social Security.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the president when medicare was established.
The program was created as part of the Social Security Act Amendment in 1965 and was put into effect in 1966.
There should be no effect.
Medicare and Medicaid were started in the mid-60s under President Lyndon Johnson.
Medicare funds have not, to this point, been depleted.
If I have Medicare Advantage for 3 years can I return to my medigap policy and A and B medicare?
Medicare eligibility and Social Security eligibility are two different things. Terminating one has no effect on the other.
Medicare was created by the Social Security Act of 1965.
You sign up for medicare part b when you sign up for medicare. You do not have to get part b right away, but if you wait, the cost may go up 10% a year.
Medicare does not cover vision
march 1781 was the year
You may go to the Aetna Medicare site to apply for medicare. There are multiple forms you need to fill out to obtain the specific type of medicare you need.
Yes, it is preventive.
The Constitution was drafted in 1787. Congress declared it in effect the following year, 1788.
medicare does not cover mental issues. It also does not cover foot issues - go figure.
It was in the year 1788
The best place to go is to visit the medicare website or call Medicare about plans and programs which will give you and your wife the coverage you desire. They will work with you and help you through your situation.