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Higher Income Individuals Pay More for Medicare

The Medicare program requires higher-income individuals to contribute more toward the cost of the program than other people. When enrolled in Medicare, people with incomes greater than $85,000 for an individual (or $170,000) for a couple) pay higher premiums—known as income-related premiums—for Medicare Part B (doctors’, other health care professionals’, and outpatient services) and Part D (prescription drug) coverage. Over time, the proportion of people with Medicare who pay income-related premiums for Medicare Part B and Part D has grown significantly. As workers, some higher-income individuals also pay a higher Medicare tax rate on their earnings.

Long-Term Services & Supports State Scorecard

A State Scorecard on Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Adults, People with Physical Disabilities, and Family Caregivers

 

Aging Demographics

One in Three Americans is Now 50 or Older

By 2030, one out of every five people in the United State will be 65-plus. Will your community be ready?

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