Turning 65? It's Not Too Early to Start PlanningIf you're not quite 65 yet, and you're wondering how to get started with Medicare, here's some general information of what you can do and how to take the next step.
- There's a seven-month window during which you can get Medicare Part B.
- This includes the three months before your 65th birthday, the month of your birthday and the three months after your birthday.
- Best time to sign up for Medicare is during the three months before your 65th birthday.