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That's a really good video - thanks.  My situation is a little different though - I am no longer working, so don't have the option to defer my wife's Part B decision.  The one takeaway for me, however, is I need to reconsider what FEHB plan I have - ...
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Thank you - that's a very good answer.  I probably can't get much relief for 2019 because we were still converting my wife's IRA>Roth in 2019, but started on my IRA>Roth in 2020, so what you said should translate to next year's IRMMA, where the IRA c...
SteveO59 09-07-2021 08:46 AM
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I am a retired federal employee, and my wife is on my FEHB health benefits plan.  I was advised decades ago that for "most" federal retirees, Medicare Part B made sense, because it caused many of the copays and coinsurance premiums to be waived.  My ...
SteveO59 09-05-2021 11:51 AM
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That's a really good video - thanks.  My situation is a little different though - I am no longer working, so don't have the option to defer my wife's Part B decision.  The one takeaway for me, however, is I need to reconsider what FEHB plan I have - ...
SteveO59 09-07-2021 09:01 AM
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Thank you - that's a very good answer.  I probably can't get much relief for 2019 because we were still converting my wife's IRA>Roth in 2019, but started on my IRA>Roth in 2020, so what you said should translate to next year's IRMMA, where the IRA c...
SteveO59 09-07-2021 08:46 AM
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I am a retired federal employee, and my wife is on my FEHB health benefits plan.  I was advised decades ago that for "most" federal retirees, Medicare Part B made sense, because it caused many of the copays and coinsurance premiums to be waived.  My ...
SteveO59 09-05-2021 11:51 AM
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That's a really good video - thanks.  My situation is a little different though - I am no longer working, so don't have the option to defer my wife's Part B decision.  The one takeaway for me, however, is I need to reconsider what FEHB plan I have - ...
SteveO59 09-07-2021 09:01 AM
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Thank you - that's a very good answer.  I probably can't get much relief for 2019 because we were still converting my wife's IRA>Roth in 2019, but started on my IRA>Roth in 2020, so what you said should translate to next year's IRMMA, where the IRA c...
SteveO59 09-07-2021 08:46 AM
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I am a retired federal employee, and my wife is on my FEHB health benefits plan.  I was advised decades ago that for "most" federal retirees, Medicare Part B made sense, because it caused many of the copays and coinsurance premiums to be waived.  My ...
SteveO59 09-05-2021 11:51 AM
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