Signing up for Part A & Part B

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Enrolling in Medicare if you are turning 65 and do not receive Social Security or Railroad Retirement benefits

Special Enrollment Period (SEP). You can delay enrollment in Part B without penalty if you were covered by employer health insurance through your or your spouse’s current job when you first become eligible for Medicare. You can enroll in Medicare without penalty at any time while you have group health coverage and for eight months after you lose your group health coverage or you (or your spouse) stop working, whichever comes first. Medicare coverage begins the first month after you enroll.
Source: medicareinteractive.org

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