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Monday, September 26, 2016

Do you have to register with the Social Security Administration three months before your 65th birthday? Tom Margenau answers this question and more in his column, Social Security and You:

Q: I will be 65 in February 2012. I’m still working and plan to keep working until I’m 70. A friend told me that I have to register with the Social Security Administration three months before my 65th birthday even though I don’t plan to take my Social Security yet. Is this true?

  • BobVietVet

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m in favor of the new health care insurace known as ObamaCare but the nay sayers claim that congress didn’t have the right to demand everyone buys insurance. My question is, don’t we already have this mandate with Medicare? When I turn 65 (next year) if I don’t buy into Medicare I get penalized. What’s the diff??