Everything You Need to Know About Medicare

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Part A: Monthly premiums for Part A are free for people who have worked more than 40 quarters (10 years) of Medicare-taxed employment. Their spouses, and sometimes their former spouses and widows, are also eligible for free premiums. Those who have worked less than that will pay hundreds of dollars every month. For 2016, that is as much as $226 per month for 30-39 quarters to $411 per month for less than 30 quarters of work. Additional Part A costs include a $1,288 deductible in 2016 for each hospital stay, copayments for hospital stays longer than 60 days, and copayments for skilled nursing facility stays longer than 20 days.
Source: verywell.com

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