Note that MAGI for Social Security is a little different here that from the definition for those under 65 in Obamacare. MAGI is the total of your adjusted gross income [line 37 1040] and tax-exempt interest income.
Changes in Premiums, Deductibles
Monthly Medicare Part B premiums will increase to about $120, rather than to $159, for roughly 30% of beneficiaries Beneficiaries with higher incomes will have monthly premiums ranging from $170.50 for those with annual incomes greater than $85,000 to $389.80 for those with annual incomes greater than $214,000.
Meanwhile, beneficiaries not affected by the increase will continue to pay monthly premiums of $104.90.
$19 increase in deductibles – annual deductibles will increase to about $167, rather than to $223 Current deductibles are $147 annually. Increase for some, not others. If on Social Security, can’t increase more than those benefits CA Health Line 11.11.2015
Congress asks that Part B and Deductibles not increase too much for 2016 CA Health Line 10.15.2015 Pending thought is to raise Part B from 104.90 to $159 and the deductible to $223 from $147.
Nope – maybe only a premium increase to $120 – CA Health Line 10.28.2015
Explanation in Specimen MAPD Evidence of Coverage page 20
- AARP – Part D Rx
- Blue Cross Rx
- Blue Shield Rx
- Donut Hole – Coverage Gap
- Late Enrollment Penalty – Calculations
- Premiums for those with High Income
- Rx Finder – Unreliable?
- Waiting Period – Pre X for Prescriptions – Part D?