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    Marlin McKelvy
    President, Consumer Directed Benefit Solutions, Memphis, Tennessee
    If you have accumulated funds in a Health Savings Account when you reach age 65 and become eligible for Medicare you can use these funds to pay the premiums for Medicare Part B coverage, or to pay for a Medicare Advantage plan (also known as part C), and/or for a Medicare Prescription drug plan (also known as Part D).  You can also use the funds to cover medical expenses not covered by Medicare such as copays and co-insurance.  My understanding is that HSA funds cannot be used to pay for MediGap policies.
    Answered on May 7, 2014
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