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Taken from

2018 Medicare Costs at a Glance

On Medicare.Gov

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Part A premium

Most people don't pay a monthly premium

But it could be up to $422 each month.

Part A hospital inpatient


$1,340 deductible for each benefit period

Part B premium

The standard Part B premium amount is $134

Part B deductible

and coinsurance

$183 per year.

Part C premium

The Part C monthly premium varies by plan.

Part D premium

The Part D monthly premium varies by plan (higher-income consumers may pay more).


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