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Tom you have me greatly confused. First you state "Those who started paying Part B in 2010 will pay $110.50 per month because there was a second year of no CPI increases in 2010." Then you state: "My twin brother & sister were born in November, 1944 and so they are paying Part B premiums of $96.40."

I, too, was born in November, 1944, and I pay $110.50, since I started paying in 2010.

I believe there is a mistake somewhere regarding your twin siblings' premium for Medicare.

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