Some changes related to Social Security and Medicare for 2022 - Forbes

As the new year begins, there are some changes you should be aware of related to Social Security and Medicare. If you are receiving Social Security benefits, you will receive your 2022 cost-of-living adjustment; however, that increase is offset by the increase in Medicare Part B premiums. Medicare Part B premium went up by $21.60, and the annual deductible increased by $30 to $233 in 2022. Tom R. Hager outlines some of the highlights of the most impactful changes to Social Security recipients and Medicare beneficiaries for 2022 and what the future may hold. Read Mr. Hager’s article here…

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