Medicare Could Save $7.6B by Raising Eligibility Age to 67



While the government would benefit, out-of-pocket costs for 65- and 66-year-olds would go up by $5.6 billion and employer retiree healthcare costs would climb by $4.5 billion, a Kaiser Family Foundation study says.


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