Im between age 12-15 and Im always feeling tired I cant be active, Im always thirsty and I recently started to eat what ever. My friend has diabetes and Im afraid to tell my parents that i want to be ...
does anyone know that maybe a doctor why i gain weight while eating friuts vegetables, and fiber foods i even watch the portion amount and still gained weight. i hace diabeties so the doctor weighted ...
It's taken out of everyones check and there's nothing you can do about it. It's there in case you lose your job or have a child but can't afford medical treatment.
no u are not on medicare. no you can't change it . deal with it.
nope , it means you are contributing to the medicare fund , with the idea you will someday need it.
JR in Texas
Everyone is required to pay a medicare "tax" just like you pay Social Security taxes. In both cases, you will not be eligible to get the benefits (social security or medicare) until you are 65 years old. The age of eligibility may change over the next few years.
If you are talking about your paycheck from work no you are not on medicare you are putting into so when you do need it at the age of 65.you will have insurance coverage when you are on social security,no you can not change what the state takes out of your work check,medicare is used for medications,doctors appointments hospitalization,ect.......,but if you are on SSi or SSd now you can cancel it but you will not have insurance coverage,and they take it out to pay the monthly premium,but there is a program called the QMB thru the state that will pay for your medicare premiums Good Luck aand God Bless Lisa
Are you disability? If you are, then yes - it is automatic when you are on disability.
no that doesnt mean that your on medicare. its to help people out on medicare and they take it out of everyone's check. its a law.. so no you cant change it.. and you cant be on medicare.. its for people over 65 or people with end stage renal disease or people with disability's or people that have black lung. its medical coverage for those kinds of patients.. you or i wont be getting it for a long time if its even around when we get older. same as social security
No you are not on medicare. Medicare is basically a government health insurance plan for older americans. Those that are retired and over 65. Once those things happen you will be eligible to recieve medicare.
You do not have the option to not pay your medicare tax. If you don't pay it you will be guilty of tax evasion. And your employer would also be breaking the law
No. You, like the rest of us taxpayers, are paying for Medicare.
You will become eligible for medicare when you turn 65. Everyone has to pay into it when they are of working age, no you do not have the choice to opt out. We will just hope that by the time you are 65 the medicare system will not be bankrupt. The only young people on medicare are people who qualify for disability. So better to be healthy, right.