Do those of you currently enrolled in Medicare but not Drawing SS pay your premiums through your banks online auto-pay or do you use a CC to earn the cashback/reward? Just got DW's first part B bill so I thought I would ask.
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You need to check to see if Medicare will accept a credit card, that doesn't eat into your cash back (yes some government agencies pass the fee back to the consumer). I paid quarterly through my bill pay program, but set it so that it was NOT automatic. Again, check with your bank to see if bill pay is connected to Medicare's billing program.
Only got A dimple, would have preferred 2!
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