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Get What's Yours for Medicare by Philip Moeller

Get What's Yours for Medicare by Philip Moeller

Author:Philip Moeller
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Published: 2016-10-04T00:00:00+00:00


$85,000 or less

$170,000 or less

$121.80

$85,001 to $107,000

$170,001 to $214,000

$170.50

$107,001 to $160,000

$214,001 to $320,000

$243.60

$160,001 to $214,000

$320,001 to $428,000

$316.70

Above $214,000

Above $428,000

$389.80

*per beneficiary

People who pay Part B premiums and decide also to sign up for an MA plan must still pay Part B premiums. In some cases, their MA insurer will rebate some or all of the Part B premium. Make sure you check with your MA insurer and understand exactly how your MA plan handles Part B premiums.

These higher Part B premiums eventually should recede. There were no COLAs in 2010 and 2011, either, and the hold harmless provision raised the lowest Part B premium from $96.40 a month in 2009 to $110.50 in 2010 and $115.40 in 2011. With the reinstatement of a COLA in 2012, Medicare was once again able to spread the financial pain for Part B expenses to everyone, and the premium dropped to $99.90 a month.

The 2017 COLA and resulting Part B premiums will be announced in October 2016. Look for details at the Get What’s Yours for Medicare website. 10



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