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Linda

Aug 5, 2002, 9:19 PM

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Would a person still have their Medicare when they went back to vist the USA? <p>Thanks
Linda



jennifer rose

Aug 5, 2002, 9:33 PM

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Those who opt out of the automatic Medicare enrollment to save that monthly premium deducted from their retirement benefits can only re-enter Medicare during an annual window. 42 U.S.C. 1395p.<p>Those who do not opt out, i.e. those who continue to have the monthly premium deducted from their retirement benefits, remain covered.


Linda

Aug 6, 2002, 7:45 AM

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: Those who opt out of the automatic Medicare enrollment to save that monthly premium deducted from their retirement benefits can only re-enter Medicare during an annual window. 42 U.S.C. 1395p.<p>: Those who do not opt out, i.e. those who continue to have the monthly premium deducted from their retirement benefits, remain covered.<p>
Jennifer, would you happen to have a ballpark figure of what medicare takes out? Or does that depend on the persons SS benifits? Perhaps you could tell me the %<p>Thank you
Linda<p>


Dennis

Aug 6, 2002, 7:45 PM

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: Would a person still have their Medicare when they went back to vist the USA? <p>: Thanks
: Linda<p>Hey Linda,<p>Saw your posting and want to tell you that they take $53.00 a month out of my social security every month. Makes no difference what youare paid a month by Social Security - The rate applies to all.


Linda

Aug 7, 2002, 7:18 PM

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: : Would a person still have their Medicare when they went back to vist the USA? <p>: : Thanks
: : Linda<p>: Hey Linda,<p>: Saw your posting and want to tell you that they take $53.00 a month out of my social security every month. Makes no difference what youare paid a month by Social Security - The rate applies to all.<p>Thank you Dennis for you reply.<p>Linda<p>
 
 
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