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How Can I Cancel Medicare Part B?

I was put on both Medicare A and Medicare Part B. I never, though intended to sign up for part-B. The problem is, Medicare Part B is costing me $100.00. I am still working and have coverage. How can I stop this coverage please?


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Answer from: Dagmar P., Elder Law Attorney

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You can get a form from your employer through the Human Resources office certifying that you have coverage and take that in to the social security office and they will remove Part B.


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