If you are retired and have Medicare A, B, or D you can send your latest annual letter you received from Social Security Administration indicating the payments being deducted from your benefit check for Medicare premiums.
If you are 65 or older and have a supplemental policy, you can send a copy of the summary page indicating the cost and type of coverage (dental, vision, etc.)
If you are retired and not eligible for Medicare yet, you can send a copy of the summary page indicating the monthly cost and type of coverage of the insurance you have.
If you are still working at another employer or your spouse is still working with group coverage, the following qualifies as proof of insurance:
- A statement indicating the premiums are not paid with pre-tax dollars, provided by your employer on their letterhead with an authorized signature.
- A copy of the paycheck stub(s) for the month a reimbursement is requested.