2018 Medicare Premiums & Deductibles Just Released

2018 Medicare Premiums & Deductibles Just Released

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This video explains the Medicare premium & deductibles for 2018.

Medicare Part B Premium

$134 for 2018, the same amount as in 2017

Part B beneficiaries will be $183 in 2018, the same annual deductible in 2017

Beneficiaries who were held harmless against Part B premium increases will have a Part B premium increase in 2018.

Social Security increase in benefits next year will offset...

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From: QuoteMyMedicare.org

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Why Did I Receive a Bill for My Medicare premiums?

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If you get a monthly benefit payment from Social Security, the Railroad Retirement Board, or the Civil Service, you must have your Part B premiums deducted from your monthly benefit payment.

If you don't get any of these benefit payments and choose to sign up for Part B, you will get a bill.

If you choose to buy Part A, you will always get a bill for your premium.

For more Medicare FAQs please visit: http://www.ehealthmedicare.com/about-medicare/faq/

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How Do I Apply for Medicare?

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You can apply for Medicare online when you file for retirement or disability.

You also can apply for just Medicare if you do not wish to start receiving your retirement benefits.

If you do not wish to apply online you can make an appointment by calling 1-800-772-1213.

People with hearing impairments may call the "TTY" number, at 1-800-325-0778.

If you are receiving Social Security benefits, you will automatically be enrolled in Medicare Parts A and...

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Retired Federal employees are entitled to Medicare under the same rules as all other retirees.

You are first eligible to enroll in Part B during your initial enrollment period which begins three months before you turn age sixty-five and ends three months after you turn age sixty-five.

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