Learn about programs that may help you save money on medical and drug costs.
Find out how about the monthly premium for Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) and learn about the Part A late enrollment penalty and Medicare Part B (medical insurance). You may get premium-free Part A if you get retirement benefits from Social Security, the Railroad Retirement Board, or the government, or if you have End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).
Find out how much Medicare Part B (medical insurance) costs, including Part B Income Related Monthly Adjustment Amount (IRMAA). Learn about the Part B late enrollment penalty.
Learn about the types of costs you’ll pay in a Medicare drug plan.
Learm about what factors contribute to how much you pay out-of-pocket when you have a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C). Out-of-pocket costs depend on whether the plan charges a monthly premium, whether the plan pays any of the monthly Medicare Part B (medical insurance) premium, whether the plan has a yearly deductible or additional deductibles, how much you pay for each visit or service (copay or coninsurance), type of health care services you need, whether you go to a doctor or supplier who accepts assignment if you go out-of-network, whether you use network providers, whether you need extra benefits, the plan's yearly limit on your out-of-pocket costs for all medical services, or whether you have Medicaid or get help from your state. Review the Evidence of Coverage (EOC) and Annual Notice of Change (ANOC) to get cost details from your plan.
Learn more about how your Medicare Part B (medical insurance) premium will get deducted from your Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) benefits, or Civil Service benefit payment. If you don't get these benefit payments and you sign up for Part B, you'll get a bill. You can pay your Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) premium through Medicare Easy Pay, you may mail your premium payments, or you may pay by credit card.
Find out how much Medicare Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D costs. Get costs for monthly premiums, deductibles, penalties (like the late enrollment penalty), copayments, and coinsurance.