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What is the premium for Medicare Part A?

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The majority of people do not have to pay a premium for Part A because they already paid for it by payroll taxes while working.

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Medicare Part A

Updated on:
March 23, 2021

More Medicare Questions & Answers

Question:
How much does Medicare Part A pay for skilled professional care in a nursing facility?
Answer:
Each gain duration, nothing for the first 20 days of inpatient treatment. Each benefit time, $157.50 per day for days 21-100 (in 2015). The prices mentioned are for Original Medicare.
Question:
What is the late enrollment penalty for Part A and who has to pay it?
Answer:
If you aren't eligible for premium-free Part A and don't purchase it when you first become eligible, your monthly premium will increase by 10%.
Question:
What is Medicare Part A?
Answer:
Part A of Medicare includes inpatient stays in a hosholeal or a short-term skilled nursing facility, as well as home health and hospice care. If you or your partner pays enough Medicare payroll taxes while employed, you won't have to pay any Part A premiums.
Question:
What is the premium for Medicare Part A?
Answer:
The majority of people do not have to pay a premium for Part A because they already paid for it by payroll taxes while working.
Question:
What services are not covered under Medicare Part A?
Answer:
Many hosholeal expenses are covered by Medicare Part A, but not all.

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