Medicare’s Initial Enrollment Period is a 7-month window that begins 3-
months before the month one turns 65, the month turning 65, and 3-months after turning 65. If you are covered on Medicare Parts A and B by the end of your Initial Enrollment Period, you can sleep stress-free from worry about Medicare penalties. Listen to more Medicare Moments on the Senior Resource Podcast Network!
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Originally published November 30, 2022
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