Medicare Premiums, Deductibles, Co-Insurance – 2017

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PART A

Premium for those with at least 40 quarters of Social Security coverage: $0

Premium

Most people don’t pay a monthly premium for Part A  (sometimes called “Premium-free Part A).  If you buy Part A, you’ll pay up to $413 each month.

Inpatient Hospital Care

Deductible $1,316

Coinsurance: 1st – 60th day: $0
61st – 90th day: $329.00/day;
91st – beyond: $658.00/day;
beyond 100th day: no coverage.

Skilled Nursing Facility Care

Coinsurance:
1st through 20th day: $0;
21st through 100th day: $164.50/day;
After 101 days: no coverage.

PART B

Premiums are based upon income

ANNUAL INCOME INDIVIDUALS ANNUAL INCOME C0UPLES MONTHLY PREMIUM
Below $85,000 Below $170,000 $134.00
$85,001-$107,000 $170,001-$214,000 $187.50
$107,001-$160,000 $214,001-$320,000 $267.90
$160,001-$214,000 $320,001-$428,000 $348.30
Above $214,000 Above $428,000 $428.60

 

MARRIED BENEFICIARIES FILING SEPARATE RETURN MONTHLY PREMIUM
Below $85,000 $134.00
$85,001-$129,000 $214.30
Above $129,000 $294.60

PART D Premiums

Medicare Part D plans often charge a monthly premium for coverage. Actual premiums vary by plan.

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SOURCE: Medicare website: http://www.medicare.gov
PREPARED BY: 211/rj
CONTENT LAST REVIEWED: April2017