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Possibly. I want to work at something, just not sure what's available if you're 75 (yeah I know, no age discrimination in the US). I've done ESL where I am for 14 years and EFL in the US for a couple years before, so that's a possibility. I'm checkin...
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What you say certainly makes sense. I was talking to my son this morning, and he said his mom was able to enroll in Part B well after she started SS benefits. I've got a friend in the US who has said she would contact Medicare directly and see if she...
TonyC273807 07-19-2022 06:54 PM
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The problem is that I never expected to return to the US. If I had signed up at the time it was first available, I would have been paying 10 years, so far, for nothing. I had heard, and I don't know where or when, that if you were out of the country ...
TonyC273807 07-18-2022 05:25 PM
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I have lived outside the US since 2008. I started drawing full SS benefits in about 2012. I have Medicare Part A, but there was no reason to get Part B. I plan on returning to the US, at least temporarily, in 2023. One purpose will be to get a health...
TonyC273807 07-17-2022 11:12 PM
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Possibly. I want to work at something, just not sure what's available if you're 75 (yeah I know, no age discrimination in the US). I've done ESL where I am for 14 years and EFL in the US for a couple years before, so that's a possibility. I'm checkin...
TonyC273807 07-19-2022 08:32 PM
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What you say certainly makes sense. I was talking to my son this morning, and he said his mom was able to enroll in Part B well after she started SS benefits. I've got a friend in the US who has said she would contact Medicare directly and see if she...
TonyC273807 07-19-2022 06:54 PM
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The problem is that I never expected to return to the US. If I had signed up at the time it was first available, I would have been paying 10 years, so far, for nothing. I had heard, and I don't know where or when, that if you were out of the country ...
TonyC273807 07-18-2022 05:25 PM
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I have lived outside the US since 2008. I started drawing full SS benefits in about 2012. I have Medicare Part A, but there was no reason to get Part B. I plan on returning to the US, at least temporarily, in 2023. One purpose will be to get a health...
TonyC273807 07-17-2022 11:12 PM
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Possibly. I want to work at something, just not sure what's available if you're 75 (yeah I know, no age discrimination in the US). I've done ESL where I am for 14 years and EFL in the US for a couple years before, so that's a possibility. I'm checkin...
TonyC273807 07-19-2022 08:32 PM
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What you say certainly makes sense. I was talking to my son this morning, and he said his mom was able to enroll in Part B well after she started SS benefits. I've got a friend in the US who has said she would contact Medicare directly and see if she...
TonyC273807 07-19-2022 06:54 PM
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The problem is that I never expected to return to the US. If I had signed up at the time it was first available, I would have been paying 10 years, so far, for nothing. I had heard, and I don't know where or when, that if you were out of the country ...
TonyC273807 07-18-2022 05:25 PM
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I have lived outside the US since 2008. I started drawing full SS benefits in about 2012. I have Medicare Part A, but there was no reason to get Part B. I plan on returning to the US, at least temporarily, in 2023. One purpose will be to get a health...
TonyC273807 07-17-2022 11:12 PM
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