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Anyone get the letter yet on the increase?(5.9%)

How much is Medicare taking next year?

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medicare part B is increasing $10
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[Medicare Information

Information about Medicare changes for 2022, when announced, will be available at Medicare.gov: the official U.S. government site for Medicare | Medicare. For Social Security beneficiaries receiving Medicare, Social Security will not be able to compute their new benefit amount until after the Medicare premium amounts for 2022 are announced. Final 2022 benefit amounts will be communicated to beneficiaries in December through the mailed COLA notice and my Social Security’s Message Center.]

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at the current time, the standard Medicare part B premium is projected to be increased to $158.50 for 2022
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at the current time, the standard Medicare part B premium is projected to be increased to $158.50 for 2022
It is $148 now?....I dont have the best memory!
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The gov website has lots of information..
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It is $148 now?....I dont have the best memory!
it is currently $148.50
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whelp the medicare trustees were wrong.very wrong. The standard medicare premium is going up to $170.10 a month, a 14.5% increase, and the annual deductible is going up to $233, up from the current $203, which is a 14.7% increase. The cost of living raise is going to be only 5.9%. The cost of a single new alzheimers drug, 56,000 a year, is being cited as the reason for about half of the increases.
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