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Since I am now paying directly for Part of medicare, my
Since I am now paying directly for Part B of medicare, my social security check has been decreased by $72. per month. It was my understanding that the change in part B was not supposed to effect my mo… read more
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On March 28, 2018, I received a letter saying I receive
[Second opinion] On March 28, 2018, I received a letter saying I receive $135.00 a month based on my husband's recored. His # is ************ … read more
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Why did I not get an increase in my January check....my
why did I not get an increase in my January check....my husband did … read more
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I was suppose to get an increase in social security, bur I
I was suppose to get an increase in social security, bur I didn't. How can I solve this … read more
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The letter I received states that my Social Security
The letter I received states that my Social Security Benefits remain the same as before the 2% increase. My retired friends all showed the raise and increase. Why would mine stay the same? … read more
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The social security information I received in December
the social security information I received in December states I am to receive a 2.0% increase in 2018. Because of the cost of living. … read more
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My husband received an increase in SS earnings but I did not
My husband received an increase in SS earnings but I did not and am wondering why as I have always had an increase in previous years. … read more
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My SS payments have not seen any increase in two years. Last
My SS payments have not seen any increase in two years. Last year the increase in Medicare premiums equaled the COLA. This year my notice said there was 2% COLA increase, my Medicare premium stayed th… read more
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Explain how the 2% increase for 2018 is calculated - from
Please explain how the 2% increase for 2018 is calculated - from the monthly amount before deductions, or from the bot***** *****ne after deductions. … read more
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According to AARP if you are on medicare BUT not getting
According to AARP if you are on medicare BUT not getting social security benefits your monthly premium for part B would be $134.00 monthly. … read more
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I received my new benefit amount and I am confused. It seems
I received my new benefit amount and I am confused. It seems that I will be receiving the same amount that I have always received...what happened to the 2.0% increase that we are supposed to receive i… read more
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I received my new benefit amount statement and it does not
I received my new benefit amount statement and it does not show a raise. My husbands did. Wondering why. … read more
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Why did I get a 2.0% raise, my medicare deduction is 104.00
why did I get a 2.0% raise, my medicare deduction is 104.00 right now, and my medicare deduction is going up to 126.00, taking away the raise? … read more
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I have just received my benefit notice saying that I am
I have just received my benefit notice saying that I am getting a 2.0 % increase the breakdown says medicare is the one getting the increase so technically I amnot getting the increase am I right? … read more
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My social security increase was $36.00 (based on 2017's
My social security increase was $36.00 (based on 2017's $1322) for 2018. My medicare (b) increased by $35.00. My net for 2017 was $1213, for 2018 it is 1187.20How can such a large increase be taken of… read more
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In AARP mag. it statedm that if your were on Socm. Sec. the
Sec. the Medicare deduction would be 109 staying the same if you were on Soc Sec. statement on Husbands said 134, and I still have not received mine statement … read more
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I have been told that my standard Medicare premium for 2017
************* I have been told that my standard Medicare premium for 2017 will be $134.00. Why isn't it just $109? Why haven't I been included in the estimated 70 % of beneficiaries "held harmless" by… read more
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I understand my husband is entitled to half of my social security
I understand my husband is entitled to half of my social security but but is only received his own which is lower than half of mine. How can I check this out?… read more
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