Does Medicare Cover That?

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By Kimberly Lankford, Contributing Editor | Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
November 30, 2018

Medicare covers the majority of your medical expenses after you turn 65 (and covers some people who are younger than 65 and disabled). But it still requires you to pay deductibles and co-payments, and it doesn’t cover some services at all. Take the following quiz to test your knowledge of what Medicare does and doesn’t cover—and to learn smart ways to fill the gaps. You can look up Medicare’s coverage rules for other items at


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