jwtietz wrote:She gets a reimbursement for the part B and the D. They give the standard amount, with provisions for magi increases. To show the payment of the increased amounts they are now asking for proof of payment as in either a ssa1099, a quarterly statement (which I have not gotten and can find no reference to), or canceled check. I wrote 2 checks and the bank modified them into an instant transfer to cms with no image. The other 2 payments I used a credit card and have it on the statement but am not sure that is enough. I would like it if they (cms) issues some sort of end of the year statement of payment. Hope that is clearer as to my need. thanks
jwtietz wrote:To show the payment of the increased amounts they are now asking for proof of payment as in either a ssa1099, a quarterly statement (which I have not gotten and can find no reference to)
If you get Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) benefits, or Civil Service benefits, your Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) premium will get deducted from your benefit payment. If you don't get these benefit payments and you sign up for Part B, you'll get a bill.
A premium notice, Notice of Medicare Premium Payment Due (HCFA-500), is sent to all beneficiaries who are billed directly.
Premium notices for Medicare Part A are issued monthly because of the high cost of the premium. Premium notices for Part B are issued on a quarterly basis.
jwtietz wrote:I was sent the notice of the over limits magi. They send me a bill for Sept,oct and Nov for $419. In late sept they sent me another bill for 34.80 for med pt D increases. Then in late Nov I got another bill for $152 and another in Late Dec for $158.50. I just paid another in Jan 2013 for I believe $158.50. I just assumed that the billing was monthly or I would get a statement of account at some point. Stupid me.
sscritic wrote:[I don't know why you are paying monthly, when the bills come quarterly.
Here is a previous thread where several people mention paying quarterly.
If you get a quarterly statement, then you have a quarterly statement to show.
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