TMFMurph writes,You are forgetting the extra premiums for Part D on top of the Part A "mean-testing" premiums.In 2012, I paid almost $8000 for Medicare-related premiums....and let's NOT forget that I paid in a whole lot more than many for more than 40 years for the "same" insurance benefits at age 65+.Put the two together and the "tremendous bargain" begins to disappear. ;-)</snip>You're paying $3,600 for the Part B and $4,400 for Part D ???The average Part D premium is only about $50/month. The most expensive plan available nationwide is $165/month -- about $2,000/yr. How did you end up paying double that?http://www.q1medicare.com/PartD-MedicarePartDPlanStatisticsS...intercst
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