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  • Retirement forms

    Asked by someone from Menomonee Falls, WI on 10/19/2017

    I will be 68 in Jan 2018. I am going to retire. I have an appointment with my SS office next month.
    I do have a Medicare card which I've never used seeing I have insurance, it's "inactive"
    SS office sent me an e-mail saying my employer needs to fill out a form and I also do.
    I'm so confused. I can't even download them. Is this something I need to do?
    I've tried call the 1-800 number but the wait was 45 min. and when they called back I was
    working and missed their call. Any help you can give me would be wonderful!!

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  • Hi,

    Unfortunately since I don't know which form you are referring to I can't be much help. Have you set up a https://www.ssa.gov/myaccount/

    You can contact your local SS office via this page: https://faq.ssa.gov/link/portal/34011/34019/Article/3881/How-do-I-schedule-reschedule-or-cancel-an-appointment

    If this is regarding Medicare vs. employer provided insurance you can find some additional information here: https://www.medicare.gov/sign-up-change-plans/get-parts-a-and-b/employer-coverage/i-have-employer-coverage.html#collapse-5568

    Best,

    Steve

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