Medicare is a federal health insurance
program- funded in part by employers through a payroll tax- that is
divided into four parts. Part A is hospital insurance; Part B is medical
insurance; Part C is Medicare Advantage; and Part D is prescription
Special Update: Medicare is no longer prevented from recognizing same-sex marriages for determining entitlement to, or eligibility for, Medicare.
The Social Security Administration is now processing requests for
Medicare Part A and Part B Special Enrollment Periods, as well as
reductions in late enrollment penalties, for certain eligible
individuals in same-sex marriages. Click here for more information.
Through the FICA payroll tax, employers and employees fund Medicare's Hospital Insurance (HI) program.
Medicare Model Disclosure Notices
For additional information, see the CMS Medicare pages.
Alerts you to the penalties associated with key federal laws such as COBRA and discrimination.
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