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Author: Tim Richards

Medicare funding is largely misunderstood. Many people don’t know  here the financing comes from or how it’s changed over the years. Most are just happy to count on government-provided health insurance once they reach age 65.

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Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) were created to help people with high deductible health plans (HDHPs) pay out-of-pocket costs. Contributions to an HSA are pre-tax and can cover any qualifying medical expenses. But if you’re approaching age 65, you may have some questions about your HSA and Medicare. You are likely wondering, “Can I use both?”

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Are you 65 or older and exiting a group medical plan? If so, you probably have questions about your Medicare options. Most people are used to signing up under employer-provided health plans, so navigating Medicare on your own can be overwhelming.

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More than 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 each day. This means a new person is eligible for Medicare benefits every eight seconds. But many who reach this milestone need help determining their best Medicare options. Further complicating the matter is that many people continue to work past the age of 65. Understanding Medicare can help employees make the right decision based on their particular needs. Let’s start by covering some of the basics.

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