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3 ways to lower Medicare premiums

By The Motley Fool  
   December 30, 2019

Seniors on Medicare know all too well that the costs associated with it can be burdensome. While Medicare Part A, which covers hospital care, is usually free for enrollees, Parts B and D, which cover preventive/outpatient care and prescriptions, respectively, and comprise the remainder of seniors' coverage under original Medicare, charge enrollees a premium. The good news, however, is that there are steps you can take to lower your Medicare premium costs, thereby stretching your retirement income even further.

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