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I will be turning 65 in April, 2016. I plan on continuing to…

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I will be turning 65...
I will be turning 65 in April, 2016. I plan on continuing to work full time.
What do I need to do?
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Thank you for your question - your full retirement age is 66, so you will need to still call 1-***-***-**** and sign up for Medicare at least part A. You can start taking your benefits with no work restrictions on your 66 birthday.

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