I realize you have a question about social security. My goal is to help you better understand your options.
Are you currently drawing social security?
If you are currently drawing social security, typically your medicare premiums will be deducted from your monthly benefit. If not, there are a couple of different ways you can pay your premium.
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My wife works full time, is 69 and has received SS since reaching 65. I am 78, Just now retiring, getting SS since I was 65. Medicare premiums have until now been withheld from my pay checks. Hope this answers your question.
The medicare premium should be deducted from your social security payment. If it's not, then you can send in payments using the link I provided above.
Is it done automatically? It is based on income so in my wife's case do they review her tax return and then calculate her premium and deduct it? In my case if I no longer get a paycheck, do they just see that no payment was made and then contact me or bill me?
They should just take it from your social security check, and if they don't they will send you a bill
if your payment is not made
Thank you and have a good day. John
They will send you a bill
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