What Age Do You Sign Up For Medicare?

What Age Do You Sign Up For Medicare?

if you're over 65.

but what if you're over 65 and you're working?

" the answer, as you probably already know, is.

you don't.

but there is an exception.

for those who are self-employed.

about 14% of people over 65 are self-employed.

that's a lot of people.

it's so common that the government has a special term for it.

it's called the "early retiree self-employed health insurance deduction.

" [ male announcer ] if you're self-employed, you may be able to join the neighborhood.

Jansing and Co.

MSNBC Sep 26, 2012 10:00am EDT.

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a lot of the young people will not have health insurance and will not be able to go to the doctor.

in addition, for the elderly he proposes to make a change in the medicare plan so you have to have all the money at the beginning of the year and that's quite difficult for the elderly people.

it's a very bad program.

finally, he proposes in the first year to lower the tax by 10% for all the people.

that is a big saving.

it's a tax reduction for the rich and not for the poor.

he said he would not touch social security and medicare.

that's important for the people.

>> does this have anything to do with the romney fact check that was over the weekend that showed that in 59 separate instances he was false?

>> you know, i think it was a very important thing for the american public to know that one of the two candidates for president of the united states has a record of lying.

i think they have to take that into consideration.

i think it will be very important for the americans to know that and i hope that they will do that.

i don't like to speak about lying but when you deliberately dis.

Jansing and Co.

MSNBC Sep 25, 2012 7:00am PDT the long-term care financing improvement act, which is long title for medicare cuts.

that's not going to pass.

and he's got this big tax cut that doesn't add up and he won't tell us how he's going to pay for that.

so he's making a lot of promises and he's making a lot of pledges that he just simply cannot keep and cannot fulfill.

>> mike, let me ask you this question about medicare.

is this pick of paul ryan a tacit admission that the republican party has gotten too far to the right?

>> well, first of all, i think the congressman from wisconsin has a lot of credibility on this issue.

i know paul ryan well, i think he's done a great job on the budget.

but more than that, i think he's a great choice because he knows what it takes to reach out to people, not just republicans and independents, but democrats as well.

he knows how to reach out to people and get them to agree to things.

he's got a lot of credibility.

i think this is the kind of choice we've been waiting for, and he's the right choice for mitt romney.

the fact of the matter is, if you want to gov.

Jansing and Co.

MSNBC Sep 26, 2012 7:00am PDT of the young people will not have health insurance and will not be able to go to the doctor.

in addition, for the elderly he proposes to make a change in the medicare plan so you have to have all the money at the beginning of the year and that's quite difficult for the elderly people.

it's a very bad program.

finally, he proposes in the first year to lower the tax by 10% for all the people.

that is a big saving.

it's a tax reduction for the rich and not for the poor.

he said he would not touch social security and medicare.

that's important for the people.

>> does this have anything to do with the romney fact check that was over the weekend that showed that in 59 separate instances he was false?

>> you know, i think it was a very important thing for the american public to know that one of the two candidates for president of the united states has a record of lying.

i think they have to take that into consideration.

i think it will be very important for the americans to know that and i hope that they will do that.

i don't like to speak about lying but when you deliberately dis.

Jansing and Co. MSNBC Sep 28, 2012 7:00am PDT to the romney campaign. >> you know, it's very interesting. this is a problem that president bush had as well. because of the health care reform law that was passed in this country, more than 30 million people got health insurance. and so people don't think about that. when they think of health care, they think of medicare. medicare is a separate program. and so we didn't have any money to pay for that or cut, if you will, to pay for that without making some changes in terms of how medicare works. so we said we're going to close the doughnut hole. let's get rid of that, which is a subsidy for the insurance companies. but people get to save money on their prescription drugs. we said we're going to have a means test. if you're a wealthy individual -- i'm not talking about the wealthy people in the country. i'm talking about the wealthy people on medicare. we're going to have a means test, which, believe it or not, hadn't been part of medicare in the past. and we said we're going to reduce the rate of growth from the beneficiary. the growth in medicare goes to the beneficiary.

Jansing and Co. MSNBC Sep 27, 2012 7:00am PDT to cover the gap. it would affect people who are on medicare or social security disability. and it would affect poor people who are not disabled. but there are a lot of people who are in that gap who don't have a lot

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