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You may have heard about zero-premium Medicare Advantage plans. A type of Medicare health plan – Medicare Advantage plans – can indeed have premiums as low as $0. There are usually other costs to consider, such as deductible amounts. We’ll take a look at the cost sharing that zero-premium Medicare Advantage plans may charge you.
Here’s a quick but important bit of background.
If you have worked at least 10 years while paying Medicare taxes, you generally don’t pay a premium for Part A.
While some Medicare Advantage plans may charge a monthly premium, you might be able to find a zero-premium Medicare Advantage plan in your area. Just enter your ZIP code in the box on this page and click Browse Plans to get started.
Like many health insurance plans, Medicare Advantage plans often require cost sharing. All of these costs may vary among plans. Here are some cost-sharing examples:
As you can see, a $0-premium Medicare Advantage plan may sound appealing, but you may want to look at other costs of the plan you’re considering. Learn about the different types of Medicare Advantage plans.
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