Having your Medicare Part B canceled due to non payment can be a nightmare. This post is to inform you of your various payment options!
If you’re already receiving Social Security benefits or Railroad benefits, your Medicare Part B benefits will be automatically deducted from your monthly benefit payment.
If you don’t get these benefit payments, you’ll get a bill for your Part B premium. Typically, Part B premiums are billed quarterly (every 3 months). But don’t worry, you can make payments each month.
Below is more information on how to make your Medicare Part B payments.
To do this, log into (or create) your secure Medicare account at Medicare.gov. Paying online is a more secure and faster way to make your payment without sending your personal information in the mail. You’ll get a confirmation number when you make your payment..
Ask your bank if it allows customers to pay bills online—not all banks offer this service and some may charge a fee. Your bank will need this information:
• Your Medicare Number: It’s important that you use the exact number on your red, white, and blue Medicare card, but without the dashes.
• Payee name: CMS Medicare Insurance
• Payee address: Medicare Premium Collection Center PO Box 790355 St. Louis, MO 63179-0355
This is a free service that automatically deducts your premium payments from your savings or checking account each month. Visit Medicare.gov/medicare-easy-
You can pay by check, money order, credit card, or debit card. Write your Medicare Number on your payment, and fill out your payment coupon.
Mail your payment and coupon to:
Medicare Premium Collection Center PO Box 790355 St. Louis, MO 63179-0355