Category Archives: Medicare Updates

Tax on Medicare Supplement Plan F? What is IRMAA?

Tax on Medicare Supplement Plan F? If you’ve listened to the news at all lately, I’m sure you’ve heard some talk about future changes in Medicare. There are many proposals out there that seek to help Medicare beneficiaries in keeping costs down. However, some say that there are also proposals being made that would work […]

Changing Your Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) Plan

Changing Your Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) Plan Medicare supplement insurance (a.k.a. Medigap) plans are an important – and for millions of people, essential – way to offset the ever-rising costs of health care that aren’t covered by original Medicare, such as co-payments, co-insurance, excess out-of-pocket costs, foreign travel emergency bills, and more. However, there is […]

The Differences between the Most Popular Medigap Plans

The Differences between the Most Popular Medigap Plans Medicare is widely considered an essential program that seniors and disabled individuals depend on year after year. However, it’s also true that original Medicare coverage is neither comprehensive nor complete. However, this doesn’t mean that millions of people are forced to grapple with prohibitively high health care […]

7 Original Medicare Coverage Gaps & Limitations to Consider for 2014

7 Original Medicare Coverage Gaps & Limitations to Consider for 2014 Each year, tens of millions of elderly and disabled Americans rely on original Medicare coverage to offset their health care costs. However, while the federally-funded program is vital — especially as average life expectancy and health care costs increase — it can be a […]

Medicare Part B premiums won’t go up in 2014

Medicare Part B premium & deductible won’t go up in 2014 Medicare officials announced Monday (10/29/2013) that the “Part B” premium most seniors pay for outpatient care will remain the same for 2014 — at $104.90 per month. That’s good news for beneficiaries, following a $5-per-month increase here in 2013. The Part B deductible, the […]

2013 Medicare Costs

Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) Costs Part A Monthly Premium Most people don’t pay a Part A premium because they paid Medicare taxes while working. If you don’t get premium-free Part A, you pay up to $441 each month.

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