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Should I enroll in a Medicare Part D plan?
The Medicare Part D program has the right to assess an ~1% monthly increase in your Part D premium once you enroll in a Part D plan if you did not do so during your first enrollment period. For example, if you do not enroll in a Medicare plan during your enrollment period, but decide to enroll 12 months later, your premium could increase 12%.
What if I do not take any medications, do I still need to enroll?
Regardless of whether you take medication now, it is recommended that you enroll in a Medicare Part D plan. Typically, Medicare beneficiaries who don't take any prescription drugs will enroll in the Medicare Part D plan with the lowest premium just to avoid the penalty for not enrolling in the first enrollment period.
Medicare Part D Explained:
- What is Medicare?
- What is Medicare Part D?
- Should I enroll in Medicare Part D?
- Why should I compare or switch Medicare Part D plans?
- Is it safe to apply for Medicare Part D online?
- When can I apply or switch Medicare Part D plans?
- Medicare costs and coverage
- Medicare Part D caregivers support
- Employer / Group Retiree Medicare Part D coverage