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What Is the Medicare IRMAA, and When Does It Apply?


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The Medicare income-related monthly adjustment amount, or IRMAA, is a surcharge on Medicare premiums for Medicare Part B (medical insurance) and Part D prescription drug plans. It applies only to Medicare beneficiaries who have a modified adjusted gross income above $91,000 ($97,000 in 2023) for an individual return and $182,000 ($194,000 in 2023) for a…



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