Joe Biden to lower Medicare’s eligibility age to 60
Former Vice President Joe Biden wants to allow people to join Medicare at the age of 60.
“Under this concept, Americans would have access, if they choose, to Medicare when they turn 60, instead of when they turn 65. Medicare benefits would be provided to them as they are to current Medicare recipients. This would make Medicare available to a set of Americans who work hard and retire before they turn 65, or who would prefer to leave their employer plans, the public option, or other plans they access through the Affordable Care Act before they retire.”
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