Suzanne – N.M.: I enrolled in Medicare Part A in 2011. I receive $776 a month from Social Security, so I cannot afford Part B. I continue to work as an independent consultant. By the time I pay my expenses, my income is negative. So far, I have been healthy, do not go to the doctor, and don’t take prescriptions.
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