Am I Enrolled In Medicare?

Am I Enrolled In Medicare?

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what are my benefits?

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what is the cost?

are my savings accounts deductible?

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what should i do next?

why?

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what health care organizations are available?

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what footnotes should i read?

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what's the difference between a copay, a deductible, and a co-insurance?

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what are co-pays?

when do i have to pay them?

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what is the co-insurance?

when do i have to pay it?

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what can i expect if i stay in the u.

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what if i don't have health insurance?

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what if i lose my job?

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what about medicaid?

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what if i'm a legal resident?

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what if i'm not a legal resident?

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what about medicare?

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main things to remember 19.

what if i was in the military?

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what if i'm on a government or military health care plan?

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what if i'm in a country outside of the u.

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what do i do if i have a question?

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what are the risks of not getting insurance?

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what are some useful links?

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what are some useful books?

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what if i have other questions?

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how can i get in touch with you?

1. I'M A LEGAL RESIDENT OF THE U.S. AND I'M UNDER AGE 65. WHAT DO I DO?

go on-line to the health insurance exchange your state set up. use, for example, healthcare.gov to locate your state health insurance exchange. for an overview of your state's health insurance exchange, go to healthcare.gov/state-insurance-exchanges. you want to look at the link for your state.

No. one, make sure you have health insurance. if you're a legal resident of the united states and you don't have health insurance, you're required to get it.

the first thing you need to do is read the requirements for getting health insurance. there are three main things you need to have.

one is a legal residence. you have to be a legal resident of the united states. you must be in this country legally; you can't be living here illegally. if you're a legal resident, you're obligated to get health insurance.

two, you must be a citizen or have an eligible immigration status. if you're a nato or you have a green card, you're eligible for health insurance. if you're not a citizen or you don't have a green card, you're still eligible for health insurance if you've been here and have been living here for at least five years. if you're a student or you're on an employment visa, you have to have a green card or be a citizen to be eligible for health insurance.

three, you must be in the united states. if you're not in the united states, you're not obligated to get health insurance. if you're in the united states and you're not obligated to get health insurance, you're not obligated to pay for health insurance, even if you're a legal resident. if you're not a legal resident, you're not obligated to get health insurance. you can, and you should, but you're not legally obligated to get health insurance.

No. two, you need to have health insurance. if you're not a legal resident, you are not obligated to get health insurance. even if you're a legal resident and have been here three years, you're not obligated to get health insurance. you can have health insurance, you should have health insurance, but you don't have to get health insurance. if you're a legal resident, you're obligated to get health insurance.

No. three, you need to have a premium-based health insurance plan. this means that your health insurance plan is not a government-sponsored program, like medicare, medicaid, or the military. these programs are insurance, but they're not premium-based. it means your health insurance plan is not a government-sponsored program. your health insurance plan must be purchased.

if you pay for your premium, you're obligated to get health insurance. if you don't pay for your premium, you can still have health insurance, but you're not obligated to get health insurance. if you're a legal resident of the united states, you're obligated to get health insurance, and you have to have a premium-based plan.

No. four, you need to have a health insurance plan. when you get your health insurance plan, you're obligated to have that health insurance plan. you can choose to get health insurance from your employer or you can choose to get health insurance from your health insurance exchange or you can choose to buy health insurance on your own. if you have a health insurance plan, you are obligated to have that health insurance plan.

No. five, you need to do what you need to do to get health insurance. the only exception to this is if you're a legal resident of the united states and you decide you don't want to get health insurance. if, for example, you're a citizen of a country that has a socialized medicine. if you're a citizen of a country that has a socialized medicine and you've been here for three years, you're obligated to get health insurance. if you're not a citizen of that country, you're not obligated to get health insurance. if you decide you don't want to get health insurance, you don't have to get health insurance.

No. six, you need to make sure that you have health insurance. if you're a legal resident of the united states and you don't have health insurance, you're required to get health insurance. if you're a legal resident of the united states, you don't have health insurance, you can be fined up to $700 a year.

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