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Most Medicare beneficiaries pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part B (medical insurance).
Some beneficiaries also pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part A (hospital insurance).
You may pay for Medicare premiums in the following ways:
Online, through your bank
Contact your bank, or go to your bank’s website, to set up automatic payment. Here’s the payee information you’ll need:
Note: If your Medicare premium bill comes from the Railroad Retirement Board (RRB), or if you receive Civil Service benefits, see the information at the end of this article.
By credit or debit card
Through Medicare Easy Pay
Note: If your Medicare premium bill comes from the Railroad Retirement Board, or if you receive Civil Service benefits, see the information at the end of this article.
If your Medicare bill comes from the RRB
The payee’s mailing address is: Railroad Retirement Board, Medicare Premium Payments, P.O. Box 979024, St. Louis, MO 63197-9000.
If you receive Civil Service retiree benefits
If you’re a Civil Service retiree and not eligible for Social Security benefits, do either of the following:
If you need help paying your Medicare premium payments, see Medicare Savings Programs: Getting Help with Medicare Costs.
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