How much is the Medicare deductible before Part B goes into effect?


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In 2015, the Medicare Part B deductible is $147 per year, according to Medicare.gov. In addition, the majority of people pay the Part B premium of $104.90 each month.

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If an individual's modified adjusted gross income is above a certain amount, he pays one of four higher monthly premiums, states Medicare.gov. If an individual disagrees with the higher premium payment, he can contact Social Security by completing a form on the Medicare website. For 2015, the maximum income limits to pay the regular Part B monthly premium are $85,000 for single individuals and those filing married separately and $170,000 for married individuals filing jointly.

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