FAQ

How much does supplemental insurance to medicare cost

What is a premium, deductible, coinsurance, or copayment?

$0 for most people (because they or their spouse paid Medicare taxes long enough while they worked, usually at least 10 years). If you get Medicare before age 65, you won’t pay part of the premium. this is sometimes called “part a no premium”.

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who qualifies for part a without paying a monthly premium?

If you don’t qualify for Part A with no premium: you may be able to purchase it. You’ll pay $274 or $499 each month for Part A ($278 or $506 in 2023), depending on how long you or your spouse worked and paid Medicare taxes.

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