You can pay your Medicare premium in several ways.
This info on how to pay your Medicare premium is from the Medicare.gov website:
If you get Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) benefits, or Civil Service benefits, your Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) premium will get deducted from your benefit payment. If you don’t get these benefit payments and you sign up for Part B, you’ll get a bill called a “Notice of Medicare Premium Payment Due” (CMS-500).
There are 4 ways to pay your Medicare premium:
- Pay through your bank’s online bill payment service.
- Sign up for Medicare Easy Pay, a free service that automatically deducts your premium payments from your savings or checking account each month.
- Pay by check or money order. Mail your Medicare premium payments to:
Medicare Premium Collection Center
P.O. Box 790355
St. Louis, MO 63179-0355
- Pay by credit card or debit card. Complete the bottom portion of the payment coupon on your Medicare bill. You’ll need to provide the account
information and expiration date as it appears on your card. Most credit cards today only have the month and year in expiration date field.
If your credit card only has a month and year in the expiration date, fill in the month and year on the payment coupon and leave the boxes for the
day field blank. Mail your payment to the address above.
OTHER SITUATIONS THAT DETERMINE HOW YOU PAY YOUR MEDICARE PREMIUM:
If you get your bill from the Railroad Retirement Board (RRB), the payments options explained on this page don’t apply to your situation.
You or your bank must mail your premium payments to:
RRB, Medicare Premium Payments
P.O. Box 979024
St. Louis, MO 63197-9000
If you’re a Civil Service retiree and NOT entitled to Social Security:
You may have your premiums deducted from your Civil Service annuity. To do this, send an email to email@example.com.