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What does the "A" mean at the end of a social security number on a medicare card?

some medicare social security cards end in the letter "T" What is the difference?

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The "A" at the end of a social security number on a Medicare card indicates that you are the Primary claimant (wage earner). If the code is "T", then it shows that you are uninsured; you are entitled to HIB (Part A) under deemed or renal provisions. Visit http://ssa-custhelp.ssa.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/1366/~/meaning-of-the-letters-after-a-social-security-or-medicare-number to see the codes and their meaning.

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That you are entitled to hospital onsurance

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