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How do I pay the Part B premium?

For those who receive Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board benefits, or Civil Service benefits, the premium for Part B, medical insurance, is deducted from their benefit payment. They won't get invoices.

For those who don’t get any of these benefits, Medicare sends a bill. There are three ways to pay this bill.

1. Sign up for Medicare Easy Pay. This is a free service that automatically deducts premium payments from a savings or checking account each month.  Learn more at Easy Pay.

2. Mail a check to for premium payments to:

           Medicare Premium Collection Center

           P.O. Box 790355
           St. Louis, MO 63179-0355

3. Pay by credit card. To do this, complete the bottom portion of the payment coupon on your Medicare bill and mail it to the address above.

Medicare generally bills for Part B on a quarterly basis. However, those subject to the Income-related Monthly Adjustment Amount (IRMAA) will get monthly bills. 

Last updated: 04-24-2024