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Instructions and Help about Cms 40b 2017-2022
Did you know that your household income will affect how much you'll pay for Medicare parts B and D in this video I'll discuss how Social Security calculates what you pay for your Medicare benefits and how you can file an appeal to have that premium lowered be sure to stay to the end for the specific forms you'll need to file your appeal while most people on Medicare pay nothing for their part a hospital benefits they do pay for their Medicare Part B outpatient benefits every year Medicare sets the Part B premiums for Medicare beneficiaries this amount slowly climbs over time due to ordinary health care inflation in 2022 most new enrollees pay a hundred and thirty four dollars a month for Part B however about five percent of beneficiaries pay more because they earn more and Medicare calls this an income related monthly adjustment amount or EMA for short so how much more will you pay well that will be determined by Social Security here's how they do it each fall the IRS sends your tax return information over to Social Security the folks at Social Security will review your modified adjusted household gross income from the last tax return that they have on file for you this is usually your tax return from two years prior to the current year for example this fall Social Security will notify you what your going to pay in 2022 and that will be based on your 2022 tax return because you haven't yet filed your tax return for 2022 now I'm sure you're wondering what types of income are included in the modified adjusted gross income your modified adjusted gross income is generally the total of your household adjusted gross income plus any tax exempt interest income you may have earned these can be found on line 37 and 8b respectively of your IRS Form 1040 now not everyone will have tax exempt interest income for some people your modified adjusted gross income will be the same as your adjusted gross income found on line 37 the types of income that will be included our wages that you've earned dividends you've received from investments pension income rental income capital gains property sales and even your non-taxable social security income at the time we're filming this if you earned more than eighty five thousand filing single or a hundred and seventy jointly you'll pay more for parts B and D people in the highest bracket can pay over four hundred twenty dollars a month further Part B premiums it's important to also mention that if you have a higher premium for Part B due to higher income you'll also incur higher premiums for Part D you'll pay the Part D plans regular premium and then Social Security will tack on a monthly adjustment on top of that you can find a current version of this income chart for both parts B and D on the Medicare cost page.