The way you make your Medicare payments depends on your plan.
Most people do not get a bill for Medicare Part A or Part B because the payments are deducted from Social Security or Railroad Retirement benefits.
If you are not getting benefits from Social Security or the Railroad Retirement Board, you will get a bill in the mail. Medicare Part A is billed monthly. Medicare Part B is billed quarterly.
There are several ways you can pay your bill:
There are several ways you can pay your Medicare Advantage Premium:
There are several ways you can pay your Medicare Part D premium:
Medigap premiums have to be paid directly to the plan. They can’t be deducted from your social security benefits. The plan will provide information on billing and payments.
You can use the funds in your health savings account (HSA) to pay for Medicare expenses, but you cannot continue to contribute to an HSA account once you are enrolled in Medicare.
Even if your Medicare premiums are automatically deducted from your Social Security check, you can take tax-free withdrawals from HSA to reimburse yourself for your Medicare costs.
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