How Much Is Medicare Part B In 2020?

How Much Is Medicare Part B In 2020?

medicare part b premiums are $134 per month in 2020.

the amount of your monthly premium is tied to your income, but it's adjusted so that if you have more income, you'll pay more.

for example, a single man who makes $1,000,000 pays $3,534.

40 per month in 2020.

that's more than 30 times what a single woman who makes $15,000 pays, which is $80.

30 per month.

why?

because women don't live as long as men.

that means there's more money spent on their lifetime, and they're more likely to have a low income late in life when it's less likely they'll ever pay back that part b premium.

for most people, medicare part b premiums are $134 per month.

for higher income people, the premiums are $187 or more.

you pay more if your income is higher than $85,000 ($170,000 married filing jointly) and you pay the full amount if your income is $214,000 ($428,000 married filing jointly).

here's another chart that shows the full breakdown of medicare part b for each filing status and for each income level.

medicare part b for people who have a low income.

today, medicare part b is free for people who have less than $85,000 in modified adjusted gross income (magi) and $170,000 if you're married filing jointly.

in 2020, that income will be $85,000 for everyone.

even if your income doubles, medicare part b will still be free for you.

there's also a free part b for people who also have low income.

if you qualify for both the income-related medicare part b premium and the free medicare part d, you're still only responsible for $0.

even if your income is over the threshold for medicare part b, you're only responsible for $0.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

medicare part b premiums are $134 per month in 2020, and they're free if you have less than $85,000 per year in modified adjusted gross income.

medicare part b is even free if you have more than $85,000 per year in modified adjusted gross income.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

if you'd like to see the full, interactive infographic with more information, you can see it at medicare.

gov.

this is a preview of the full infographic on the medicare.

gov site.

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