|No insurance after retirement.
May 22, 2008
After I retire how will I be able to get my medication since I won't have any medical insurance?
| Response from Ms. Franzoi
If you are 65 or older at retirement, you will be eligible for Medicare (Part D covers prescriptions). If you are younger than 65 but at least age 63-1/2, you will be able to take COBRA coverage for the 18 months until you qualify for Medicare.
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