What is premium-free Medicare Part A?
Premium-free Medicare Part A is automatic if you are a U.S. citizen/legal resident age 65 or over and have been living in the U.S. for at least five years; if you and/or your spouse or ex-spouse earned 40 credits working for 10 years where Social Security was deducted from your payroll check and if you choose to receive your social security or railroad retirement benefits at 65 years or age or earlier.
Medicare Supplement FAQs
- Can I choose my home health care provider?
- Does Medicare automatically add my medications to my drug list?
- Does Medicare cover medical equipment and preventive services?
- How can I order a duplicate Medicare Summary Notice?
- How do I make sure my health information is accurate and up-to-date?
- How will the Affordable Care Act change my Medicare coverage?
- I lost my Medicare card. How can I get a replacement?
- Is there a way for me to figure out my deductible status?
- My eligibility information is not correct. What do I do?
- What happens to my Medicare coverage if I have other insurance coverage?
- What is open season in terms of Medicare?
- What is premium-free Medicare Part A?