Are you struggling to pay for premiums, deductibles, and copays for your Medicare coverage in Texas? The good news is, help is available. Texas offers Medicare Savings Programs to help qualified individuals with limited means pay for their Medicare costs.
Medicare Costs in Texas
Medicare Savings Program in Texas, you must meet the following basic criteria: •Be a resident of Texas •Have Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) •Have income below program limits ($10,980/month for QMB, $13,176 for SLMB, $14,688 for QI in 2022) •Have limited resources (less than $7,970 individual, $11,960 couple in 2022) not including your home, vehicle, burial plot or personal possessions. The quickest way to enroll in the Texas Medicare Savings Program is to fill out an official Medicaid application either online at YourTexasBenefits.com, in person at your local Medicaid office or by phone at 800-252-8263. You will need information about your monthly income, assets, expenses and family size to complete the application. Our licensed Medicare agents can also help guide you through the enrollment process at no cost and ensure you apply for the correct Savings Program based on your situation. We can sit down with you in person or on the phone to review the application and next steps to get extra financial assistance for your Medicare coverage. Want to find out if you’re eligible and get help applying for a Medicare Savings Program in Texas? Call 210-908-6565 to speak with one of our licensed Medicare agents today. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to reduce your healthcare costs and save hundreds, possibly thousands of dollars per year on premiums and other out-of-pocket expenses.There are three levels of assistance in the Medicare Savings Program, to suit different financial needs: •Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB): Helps pay for Medicare Part A/Part B premiums, deductibles, coinsurance, and copays. Qualifying income must be below 100% of Federal Poverty Level (FPL). •Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB): Helps pay for Part B premiums. Qualifying income must be between 100-120% FPL. •Qualified Individual (QI): Helps pay for Part B premiums. Qualifying income must be between 120-135% FPL. To qualify for a
Medicare Savings Programs were designed specifically for Texans with limited means—to get the extra benefits you deserve at no cost to you. Call us now for details and let us help you apply today!