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Medicare Premiums 2017 – What to Expect

What are the chances that your Medicare premiums for 2017 will go up?Medicare Premiums 2017 Going Up?

If you’re like most people enrolled in Medicare you know that Medicare premiums can increase. This brief article and the video below will give you come idea what to expect regarding your 2017 Medicare premiums.

And for the record, we’re talking about Medicare Part B premiums. Part B covers doctor visits and outpatient services. Medicare Part A covers inpatient hospital services and most people are not required to pay Part A premiums.

If you have not worked at least 40 quarters and paid Medicare taxes premiums for Part A will be required.

Check out the short 2 minute video below to learn more about your 2017 Medicare premiums.




The likelihood that your Medicare premiums in 2017 will stay the same is favorable unless you are first becoming eligible for Part B in 2017, your individual annual income is above $85,000 or you don’t have your premiums automatically deducted from your Social Security.

UPDATE: Learn about the 2017 Medicare Part B premium and deductible changes.

 

 

One comment

  1. Ronnie Koppelman

    1. In the state of Georgia, did United Healthcare’s Medigap premiums to enrollees rise at a faster rate than Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield’s?

    2. In the state of Georgia, For Plan F vs. Plan G: which plan’s premiums to enrollees for each of these two carriers, rose at a faster rate?

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