Study finds raising Medicare age would shift costs
from Kaiser Health News
Raising Medicare's eligibility age by two years would save the federal government $7.6 billion, but those costs — and more — would shift to others, according to a new report. The analysis, by the Kaiser Family Foundation, says that increases in total costs for people 65 and 66 years old, employers and the state governments would outpace the federal savings in 2014.
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