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Old 08-04-2012, 07:10 AM   #43
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State of Florida have F with United Healthcare $292 month.
Age also has a bearing on price of F.

So far for 2012(through May) United Healthcare have paid out $5,885.16 for their 20%. And I still have more bills coming in.
My out of pocket has only been the premium payments.
That will total around $6,758.40 plus all Co-Payments on Prescriptions that Total $1,128 is so far in 2012.

For D I have Humana at $41.50 a month. And probably will reach the bubble in 2-3 months from now.

Above doesn't include what I pay Medicare every month.
I had a 7% annuity end last year that put me in Medicare's higher rate of paying this year.
Pay Medicare $199.80 and Part D $29.90 a month.

Next Jan. it will go back down to no extra for D and B will be 1/2.
Are you saying that your income from the annuity was factored into your Medicare premium?
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Are you saying that your income from the annuity was factored into your Medicare premium?
I just went to mediicare.gov and saw the higher premiums for higher incomes. I didn't know that.
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..We also went with AARP in inspit of their politics...
We went elsewhere because of their politics.
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I just went to Medicare.gov and saw the higher premiums for higher incomes. I didn't know that.
I didn't either. After paying a lot of taxes on the interest, then getting hit with the Medicare extra $$$, sure cut down the gain on the annuity.

If I would had known about the higher income. I could have been taking some interest out each year near the end to keep below the Medicare $$$$ higher payment. Or paying taxes on the interest every year, would have been a lot cheaper.

I don't know or care what AARP Politics are. I have more other things to think about.
Do you know what Politics your RV/Home/Toad insurer has? Or how much they pay out to Lobbyist to keep your premiums high? I didn't think so.

United Healthcare pays off the 20% twice as fast as the BC/BS I had for the previous 7 years. And my online account info is more up to date.
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