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Medicare Premiums Snafu Affects 250,000 Social Security Recipients

It seems like the simple, hassle-free way to pay your Medicare premiums: Have them withheld from your Social Security benefits.

But now, about 250,000 seniors who opted to have their Medicare premiums taken out of their checks are getting bills for as much as five months of unpaid premiums.

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