CBO revises savings estimate for raising Medicare eligibility age

10/24/2013 | Hill, The

The Congressional Budget Office lowered its estimate of how much would be saved if the Medicare eligibility age were to rise to 67 years old from 65. Instead of delivering $113 billion of savings in the first 10 years, such a move would only yield a dramatically lower $19 billion.

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