Part B Doctor Visits & D Rx
surcharges for those with high Income
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.
Explanation in Specimen MAPD Evidence of Coverage page 20
Most Medicare beneficiaries pay the standard monthly premium, which is set to cover 25 percent of Part B and Part D program costs, but a relatively small share of beneficiaries (around 6 percent in 2015) with incomes above $85,000 for single people and $170,000 for married couples are required to pay higher premiums for Medicare Part B and Part D—ranging from 35 percent to 80 percent of program costs, depending on their incomes (Figure 1). KFF.org
Medicare and You 2019 #10050 - Everything you want to know * See their section on closing the donut hole
- AARP – Part D Rx
- Blue Cross Rx
- Blue Shield Rx
- Donut Hole – Coverage Gap
- Late Enrollment Penalty – Calculations
- Premiums for those with High Income
- Shop & Compare Tools Part D Rx
- Technical Info Part D
- Waiting Period – Pre X for Prescriptions – Part D?