What is the deductible for Part A of Medicare?

The total Medicare Part A deductible is $1408 for 2020 and this deductible is good for 60 days.

What is the deductible for part B of Medicare?

There is a $198 Medicare Part B annual deductible for 2020.

Does original Medicare cover Dental and Vision?

In most cases no. The only way dental or vision would be covered is if the procedure was deemed medically necessary. One example of this is cataract surgery which would be covered by part B of Medicare.

Do you have any recommendations for a Dental and Vision policy?

Yes, I have several companies that cover dental, vision and even hearing.

Will Medicare or a Medicare Supplement pay for my medications?

No. Medicare won’t cover medications. Part D of Medicare is handled by private insurance companies.

Can you help me with a plan that would cover my medications?

I can help you find the right plan for your needs. I help anyone that buys a supplement or other insurance from me at no charge.

Is Medicare an 80 20 insurance plan.

No Part B of Medicare is an 80 20 plan after a $198 deductible. Part A of Medicare is much more complex.

What is part C of Medicare?

Part C of Medicare is a group private insurance companies that offer insurance. They sometimes have other benefits than original Medicare but the also have deductible copays and out of pocket limits

If you sign up for part C of Medicare, do I still have to pay for Part B of Medicare?

Yes! When you sign up for Part C of Medicare, you are disenrolled from original Medicare and you still have to pay the part B premium.

What is the premium for part B of Medicare?

For most people, the premium of part B is $144 a month which comes out of your social security check.

What if I am working and I don’t get Social Security? How will the payment schedule for part B work?

If you have signed up for part B of Medicare and you are not on Social Security, you will be billed quarterly for your part B premiums.

What if I am working and I don’t get Social Security? How will the payment schedule for part B work?

If you have signed up for part B of Medicare and you are not on Social Security, you will be billed quarterly for your part B premiums.