Where do I send my payment for the bill I received for my Medicare premiums?

Where do I send my payment for the bill I received for my Medicare premiums?

Medicare Part A and/or B premiums are automatically deducted from benefit premiums. 

These are applicable to people who are under the following plans: Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board or Civil Service.

You will receive a "Notice of Medicare Premium Payment Due" if you do not receive retirement benefits.

Options for Paying your Medicare Premiums

By Mail


  • Mail your check, money order or credit card payment and billing notice to:

Medicare Premium Collection Center
P.O. Box 790355
St. Louis, MO 63179-0355

  • If you receive benefits from the Railroad Retirement Board (RRB), mail your payment to:

RRB, Medicare Premium Payments
P.O. Box 979024
St. Louis, MO 63197-9000

By Medicare Easy Pay

You can enroll in an automatic, monthly deduction from your bank account. To sign-up, visit Medicare.gov to complete an authorization form. 

For additional assistance, contact Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE (633-4227); TTY users, call 1-877-486-2048; 24/7.

By Online Bill Pay

Check with your banking institution to see if they offer online bill pay. Some fees may apply. Check with your provider for more specific information.

By Direct Payment to Medicare Plan

You may have a monthly premium if you are enrolled in a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan, Medicare Advantage Plan or Medicare Supplement Plan. If this applies to you, send your payment directly to your specific Medicare plan.

Typically, you can make these payments via online or mail. Contact your Medicare plan for more information.

By Direct Payment to Medicare

If you have Medicare Part D, you can pay directly to your Medicare plan.

Part D is known for income-related monthly adjustment amount (Part D-IRMAA).

Check for income requirements for more information regarding payment amount. 

Payments will need to be made directly to Medicare.

You can enroll in the following payment options:

  • Automatic deduction for Part D-IRMAA through Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board or Civil Service benefits.
  • Mailed payment in the form of a check, money order or credit/debit card.
  • Medicare Easy Pay.
  • Online Bill Pay with your banking institution.


For questions about payments, contact Medicare at Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE (633-4227); TTY users, call 1-877-486-2048; 24/7.

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Where do I send my payment for the bill I received for my Medicare premiums?