Many people don’t understand the difference between Social Security Office and Medicare. For example, many people think that Medicare will pay for their medical bills if they are too old to work or have a disability. The reality is that you need to be 65+ years old in order to qualify for Medicare benefits. This blog post will help you understand how Social Security office and Medicare differ from one another, as well as what each of them can do for your needs!
Social Security offers survivors, retirement, and disability benefits. However, on the flip side, Medicare provides health and prescription insurance for people who qualify. Social Security and Medicare often have cross functions and it is important to understand which office to contact and when there is a need to contact them.
Below is a list of who to contact when these life circumstances arise.
1. How do I report a death Social Security
2. How do I check my Medicare eligibility Medicare
3. How do I sign up for Medicare Part A Social Security
4. How do I sign up for Medicare Part B Social Security
5. How can I check the status of my Medicare
6. How do I get a replacement Medicare Card Medicare
7. Where can I find a Medicare Supplement Medicare
8. Whereto go for Part (D) Medicare
9. How to find appeals Social Security
10. Where do I report changes to my address Social Security
The contact for Medicare is www.Medicare.gov
The contact for Social Security is www. ssa.gov
As you can see dealing with Medicare and Social Security can be “complex convoluted and outright confusing”. At “YourMedicare” by AYA and Associates, we make this process clear, simple, at understandable.
If you would like more information please visit our website www.Yourmedicarecoverage.net or call us at 1-800-381-3623
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