Part D deductible transfers

Apr 8, 2019

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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    You don't want to waste your time spending a few minutes to have Medicare tell you where to find what you're looking for.....you'd rather waste the Forum's time for 2 days trying to find an answer that would take you 10 minutes to get if you called Medicare.

    Don't be so lazy and self-important. Do your own damned leg work. :skeptical:

    800-633-4227. As Northeast Agent said, they're open 24/7. :yes:
     
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    Nice summary, and as a bonus to the OP finished with a great example of what a real rhetorical question looks like.
     
    WCMason, Apr 9, 2019
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    I lied... that's just max oop... Still not what I'm looking for. Dang.
     
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    You would think someone who works the same hours as 800-MEDICARE (24/7 except federal holidays) would know that kind of information.

    But other than that, do you have PROOF what you say is correct?
     
    somarco, Apr 9, 2019
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    Most of us with the years of experience required to know the answers to questions like yours are busy. We’re not likely going to take the additional time to cite the proof for you in chapter and verse from the CMS manual when you in effect respond by telling us that our knowledge from that experience is insufficient for you. The deductible carries over. Beyond that you’re on your own.
     
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    Use this thread as your proof. Case closed.
     
    kstein, Apr 9, 2019
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    I said I was wrong about someone having that info on hand.
     
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    This thread isn't cms approved or I would!
     
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