Prepare For Retirement with Social Security & You
Four new programs cover 2023 Updates, Medicare A/B, Fraud Protection, and Retirement Essentials
Are you planning to retire soon, or unsure how Medicare A and B may work with existing health care plans? What impact does retirement age have on benefits, and how can I manage my benefits? These answers – and many more – can be found in the newest episodes of Social Security & You, now in its 16th season.
Join Theresa Busher, the Social Security Public Affairs Specialist for Central/Southern Ohio, as she guides viewers through important updates and essential information to help you with retirement decisions for 2023 and beyond.
Retirement 101 covers qualifying for retirement benefits, and how benefits are calculated. Watch the program here:
Protect Yourself from Fraud provides fraud resources and ways to stay safe from Social Security scams. Watch the program here:
2023 Updates and Essentials reviews online transactions with Social Security, retirement calculators, cost of living adjustments and replacing Social Security cards. Watch the program here:
2023 Medicare A/B Enrollment Essentials discusses eligibility, Medicare A and B benefits, when to enroll and special enrollment periods. Watch the program here:
Visit www.socialsecurity.gov for more information.
Social Security & You: 2023 Updates and Essentials
Social Security & You: Protect Yourself From Fraud and Abuse
Social Security & You: Retirement 101
Social Security & You: 2023 Medicare A/B Enrollment Essentials
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