IRMAA Part B and IRMAA Part D premium adjustments costs vary depending on your income. This chart shows how much someone would be charged in 2018 based on their modified adjusted gross income (MAGI). MAGI is your gross income along with any tax-exempt interest income you acquire during the year.
Single Married filing jointly Married filing separately Monthly IRMAA Part B Monthly IRMAA Part D
|Single||Married filing jointly||Married filing separately||Monthly IRMAA Part B||Monthly IRMAA Part D|
|$85,000 or less||$170,000 or less||$85,000 or less||$0||$0|
|$85,000 to $107,000||$170,001 to $214,000||Not Applicable||$53.50|
|$107,001 to $133,500||$214,001 to $267,000||Not Applicable||$133.90||$33.60|
|$133,500 $160,000||$267,001 to $320,000||Not Applicable||$214.30||$54.20|
|Above $160,000||Above $320,000||Above $85,000||$294.60||$74.80|
If you are informed that you qualify for IRMAA but don't agree with the SSA's estimate of your income, you can file an appeal using the form Medicare Income-Related Monthly Adjustment Amount Life-Changing Event. This form can also be used if you experience a drop in income for any reason.