It appears those of us enrolled in 2010 and paying $110.50 and 2011 enrollees paying $115.40 will actually see our premiums drop to $99.90. I don't see this mentioned in the press release but it was speculated on in a reliable news story last week.i'll be interested to hear if that turns out to be truefor your sake i hope so .. but i heard different back in 2010 when they first explained our premiums wouldn't go up because SS wasn't,but premiums for new folk would be higher.
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