Participants have several options for paying for Medicare Part D coverage:
• Beneficiaries can have the premium deducted from their monthly Social Security checks. Beneficiaries have to contact their drug plan, not Social Security, to sign up for this option.
• Beneficiaries can have the premium deducted directly from their checking account.
• Beneficiaries can charge their premium to a credit or debit card.
• Beneficiaries can be billed directly by the drug plan and then mail the payment each month to the plan, not to Medicare.
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