Raising the Age of Eligibility for Medicare to 67: An Updated Estimate of the Budgetary Effects

Raising the Age of Eligibility for Medicare to 67: An Updated Estimate of the Budgetary EffectsMedicare, one of the federal government’s largest programs, provides health care benefits primarily to elderly people. The usual age of eligibility for those benefits is 65, although certain people qualify for the program earlier. (Medicare is available to people under age 65 who have been eligible for Social Security disability benefits for at least 24 months or who have end-stage renal disease.)

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