Why do I have to fill out form SSA-795 if I have never received benefits? I am trying to have Medicare part B in place for when I retire at end of December. I am still currently employed and covered under my employers health care plan and recently enrolled in Medicare PartA. I am 66 years and 3 months old so I am at my normal retirement age. Just don’t understand this form and what I’m supposed to write on it.
Is there a limit you can earn working part time on Medicare
Hi. No. Earnings in any amount would have no effect on a person's Medicare coverage. However, if you receive Medicare based on being eligible for Social Security disability (SSDI) benefits, then your Medicare coverage could eventually end if you earn enough to cause your disability benefits to be terminated.
I paid my Medicare premium in December for 5 months ( nov 2020 - march 2021) prior to retiring. I then began receiving my Social Security checks when I retired in January 2021. Medicare premiums were deducted even though I had prepaid. I was told I have an overpayment of $511.00 which will be reimbursed to me. My questions is, how long does this take? No one at Medicare or Social Security could tell me. I've been waiting since January! Is there something I can do besides keep calling them? Are they that far behind with reimbursing people?
Hello. I was paid my first Social Security payment in September of this year for August with no Medicare Part B payment reduction. Per my Social Security letter, I will receive payment going forward with the Part B deductions made. However, I have already paid in full to Medicare for the Part B payments for August, Sept., Oct., and November and have already received a check for a two month part b refund. I have read that refunds are made for month of social security payment rather than the month that you are paid for. However it still seems that I paid for Aug.
Hi Larry. I am a dual enrolled individual under the age of 65 and receiving Social Security Disabilty benefits. My part A and part B premiums were being paid at one time both by Medicare as my primary and Medicaid as my secondary until the program I was enrolled into was considered incompatible for some reason. Since then, I have been paying for my Part B premium from my benefit for over 12 months primarily because I had no knowledge of other programs, my eligibility or the steps I would have needed to take next.
I apply and was approved for an insurance through the DHS andI am. Suppose to be reimbursement for the money I pay every month and the patmenta are ro being withdraw ed from my check every month the DHS and Social Security both agree but they don't know who issupposed to correct it the problem.
I am about to retire from my job. I am 70 yrs old. How can I receive Medicare part b. I'm already receiving ss check.
Hi. You'll need to file an application with Social Security. If you've had primary health insurance coverage through your job then you should be able to start Part B coverage as early as the month that you apply. People with employer group health plans (EGHP) get a special enrollment period (SEP) allowing them to sign up for Part B with no delay or premium penalty when their EGHP coverage ends.
I am 62 and 1/2 can go out on early SSI or potentially SDI because of medical.
The issue is health insurance, how long does one have to wait before being medicare?
As the issue is more about healthcare as I had Bi pass surgery years back and am uninsureable
in the real world.
So the question becomes do I wait for SDI or file SSI and get on medicare right away.
I'll be 62 in a week.i receive ssa.disability.i received letter say I can get Medicare A ,B.and they will take money beggining in sept of 2021.and i will receive a check of 1250.00 .minus deductible.are they cutting my ssa benefits.or wi I receive both