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Increased Medicare Costs?

Below is the link to a very interesting article our office received, which could impact many of our seniors, those on Medicare and Social Security.  They do a good job of explaining the reasons, and impacts the results could have on all of our senior citizens.  If you’re on a fixed income, like many of us, take a minute to read the article information below, to be prepared, just incase!

 

Posted on 15 Oct 2015 by Neilson

Medicare Premiums May Soar as Social Security Payments Stay FlatThe 60 million people on Social Security will not receive any cost-of-living increase in their benefits in 2016, the government said on Thursday, but because of a quirk in federal law, nearly one-third of Medicare beneficiaries could see record increases in their premiums unless Congress intervenes.

 

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