Not ready to retire? Sign up at age 65 for Medicare if you plan to continue working
Abstract: It used to be a given that most employees would retire at age 65, but that’s no longer true. A growing number of baby boomers are opting to continue working into their late 60s or even longer. Those who are planning to postpone their retirement should consider enrolling in Medicare at age 65 — otherwise, they may end up permanently paying more for some of its benefits. This article discusses the steps involved.