The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) said that it is on track to remove Social Security numbers on all Medicare cards by April 2019.
If your income is high enough, your Medicare Part B premiums could potentially triple. The author explains what to watch for.
I was told by a colleague of mine that she has to pay more than the $134 Medicare Part B premium. Why is this the case?
Some federal retirees may be impacted by a significant increase in Medicare Part B premiums. A bill has been introduced to minimize the impact.
There will be a COLA increase of 0.3% for federal retirees and Social Security recipients in 2017.