Are you going to be able to avoid IRMAA surcharges on Medicare parts B and D? IRMAA stands for Income-Related Monthly Adjusted Amount, and there are charges on both parts B and D based on where your income lands.
If you’re thinking about retiring any time soon, there are ways to manage your income to stay at a lower amount to avoid surcharges on your Medicare premiums.
In this episode of the Secure Your Retirement podcast, we take you through the IRMAA surcharges on Medicare part B and D over a glass of La Crema Chardonnay. Listen in to learn about the 3-layer IRMAA surcharge difference and which category you fall in.
In this episode, find out:
● Understanding what Income-Related Monthly Adjusted Amount represents in Medicare.
● The meaning of Modified Adjusted Gross Income and why you need to know yours.
● The IRMAA surcharge to pay if your income didn’t exceed 91k single or 182k married filed jointly.
● When to file for a form SSA-44 and explain how a life-changing event affected your income.
● The 3-layer IRMAA surcharges to pay if your income exceeds 91k single or 182k married filed jointly two years prior.
● “There’s a potential where you can have additional charges on your part B or D if you fit certain criteria when it comes to income.”- Murs Tariq
● “With a little bit of planning, we can be able to think IRMAA through and what’s going to be beneficial to you.”- Radon Stancil
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