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Old 12-15-2021, 02:32 PM #11
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Mail is slow this time of year..

It can be found on the SSA and/or Medicare gov websites.
Or if you have signed up for online SS/Medicare account...
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Mail is slow this time of year..

It can be found on the SSA and/or Medicare gov websites.
Or if you have signed up for online SS/Medicare account...
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I've found it useful to be signed up there. The security safeguards there make it really difficult to log in even though you're registered. Be prepared to jump through quite a few hoops every time you visit the site.

I'm sure that having that much security is a really good idea though.
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I heard we were to get something mailed with the increases and Medicare deduction, as of 12/15 i haven't received anything.
Just received notice today - medicare is taking more - on the other hand SS is up so all in all getting an increase
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There are reports yesterday that Biogen halved the price of the Alzheimer's drug that fueled half of the increase in the medicare premium and deductible for 2022, to $28,200. of course there will be no rollback of the announced medicare increases though there should be.
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Still haven't received a thing, 12/30/21
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