Fulton County Retired Employees' Association, Inc.

Get Ready For 65

 

Age 65 is a very important birthday milestone.

 

It means enrolling in Medicare --- plus it's the traditional age when people apply for Social Security, if you haven't already as early as age 62 (or will wait until 70).

 

Below are links to some major websites that offer helpful guidance about reaching age 65. Lots more sites exist; these are just a few.

 

The links are NOT endorsements or recommendations! They are presented only as information and food for thought. Further research and study are strongly encouraged.

 

U.S. News & World Report

7 Tips for Baby Boomers Turning 65 in 2011 [when the oldest Boomers began turning 65] (Good advice no matter when you were born!)

 

AARP

Medicare and You: Getting Started (Explains Parts A, B, C and D)

When Should I Sign Up for Medicare?

 

Medicare

Your Medicare Card

Which Insurance Pays First

 

National Council on Aging

Turning 65?: Follow Your Path to Medicare

 

Social Security

Benefits Planner: Plan For Your Retirement

How do I apply for Social Security retirement benefits?

How do I apply for a new or replacement Social Security number card?