- If I’m under 65 can I get Medicare?
- Will my part B premium go up in 2010?
- What is the Part B premium for 2010?
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are under 65 and disabled, you can get Medicare. You are not entitled to the benefits until you have received 24 months of disability benefits. You do not have to enroll. Your Medicare card will automatically be mailed to you around 3 months before your entitlement date.
Medicare beneficiaries who currently have the premium withheld from their Social Security benefit, and have an income of $85,000 or less per year will not have an increase in their monthly Part B premium. They will continue to pay $96.40 per month.
For those new to Medicare, and those who did not have the premium withheld from their Social Security benefit, the new Part B premium for most will be $110.50.
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