how much i have to pay for deductibles with medicare part a and b?
i want to enroll with medicare but i dont know how much i have to pay for deductibles and those things
- DustbindivaLv 72 months ago
Medicare is for people over 65 or on permanent disability at any age. You pay $144 a month for Part B and if you have worked long enough you dont pay for Part A. So the cost depends on your income and your lifetime earnings. There is a $1400 hospital deductible under Part A and about $183 deductible for Part B as of 2019.
- ALv 72 months ago
There is a deductible for Part A hospitalization, for 2019 it was $1364.00 for 2020 I believe it is 1408.00 Part B has a deductiible of $185.00 for 2019 and $ 198.00 for 2020
- KaleyKLv 72 months ago
There are no deductibles for Part A & B.
Part A covers hospital expenses such as room, board and other inpatient services, limited stay in a skilled nursing facility, and helps cover hospice care and home-health care. You are automatically enrolled in Medicare hospital insurance, Part A, when you apply for Social Security benefits - usually when you turn 65.
Part B covers medical expenses, such as doctor's services, outpatient services and other medical supplies. It helps pay for some services Part A doesn't cover, like some occupational and physical therapy services and some home-health care. It also covers some preventive services. The premium you pay for Part B is deducted from your Social Security benefits.