What if I don’t sign up for Medicare Part D when I first become eligible?

What happens if you don’t enroll in a Part D plan when you first become eligible


If you don’t sign up for Prescription drug coverage when you first become eligible, you may incur a penalty (increased premium) when you sign up later.  


This also applies if you go for more than 63 consecutive days without some kind of creditable prescription drug coverage.

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