Medicare beneficiaries can find this updated 2019 Part B premium schedule. If you find that 2017 may have been a great year as far as your income goes, however, now you’re in retirement and not reportedly making as much income, you may be interested in finding out how to appeal your Part B premium through Social Security.

If your yearly income in 2017 was You pay (in 2019)
File individual tax return File joint tax return File married & separate tax return
$85,000 or less $170,000 or less $85,000 or less $134
above $85,000
up to $107,000
above $170,000
up to $214,000
not applicable $187.50
above $107,000
up to $133,500
above $214,000
up to $267,000
not applicable $267.90
above $133,500
up to $160,000
above $267,000
up to $320,000
not applicable $348.30
above $160,000 above $320,000 above $85,000 $428.60

If you have questions about your Part B premium, call Social Security
at 1-800-772-1213. TTY users can call 1-800-325-0778. If you pay a late
enrollment penalty, these amounts may be higher.

It’s likely that if you’re paying a higher Part B premium, you’ll also be affected by an increase in your Part D plan pricing as well. Find the 2019 Part D pricing schedule here.

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