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2022 Premiums for Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) - $0 for most people because they or a spouse paid Medicare taxes long enough while working – generally at least 10 years (40 quarters). If you get Medicare earlier than age 65 you won’t pay the Part A Premium, known as “premium-free Part A.” If you don’t qualify for premium-free Part A you may be able to buy it, depending on how long you or your spouse worked and paid Medicare taxes. You’ll pay either $274 or $499 per month. You also have to sign up for Part B to buy Part A. If you don’t buy Part A when first eligible for Medicare (usually when you reach age 65), you may be subject to a penalty. See for more information.

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2022 Premiums for Medicare Part D (Drug Coverage) – these premiums vary by plan. The various plans cover different prescriptions, you should review the plans, especially if you need certain prescriptions. 

You will pay a higher premium if your income is above a certain amount. This surcharge is called Income Related Monthly Adjustment Amount (IRMAA). The IRMMA you pay depends on two factors; your Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI) and your filing status as reported to the IRS 2-years ago. Here is the income level/filing status surcharge you will pay in 2022:

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