Medicare and Social Security
What is the relationship between Medicare and Social Security?

Social Security and Medicare are social safety programs that Americans pay into during their working years through taxes. Both are designed to assist older Americans and distribute benefits to the disabled and their families. Social Security provides financial support, and Medicare is a health insurance program that helps cover doctor visits, hospital stays and other medical treatments. While the programs are separate, Social Security and Medicare are intertwined in several ways.

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