As reported in the New York Times, there is both good and bad news about your health insurance when you reach 65 years of age. The good news is that you are eligible for Medicare, the bad news is that the system for receiving benefits can be quite complex. Not long ago, retirees simply went to their local Social Security office and signed up for Medicare A, and then they signed up for Medicare B. That was it. Many hanges in the way Medicare is distributed today have made signing up a lot more complicated. There are many other plans and options. For help finding and comparing Medicare plans you might want to go to the government website at http://www.medicare.gov/. Click here for complete article.