VIDEO: 3 Common Medicare Mistakes For People Still Working at Age 65

It used to be that, at age 65, people would retire and get Medicare. Not any longer. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost 9 million Americans 65 or older reported being employed full- or part-time. And still working at Medicare age comes with costly and complicated traps.

The following video of the 3-in-30 webinar (3 Medicare tips in 30 minutes or less) presented on March 15, 2017 teaches you about the three most common and easy-to-make mistakes that your clients still bringing home a paycheck can make.

Session Objectives:

  • Identify one potential problem about contributing to an HSA after age 65.
  • Describe one Medicare enrollment trap for those who sign up for early Social Security.
  • Explain how a Medicare penalty situation relates to working past 65.
  • more!