Income-adjusted Part D premiums
Part D premium levels would be tied to income, starting with individuals with annual incomes of at least $80,000, under President Bush's budget plan for 2008 released Feb. 5. Provision is modeled on Part B income-related premiums that took effect in 2007, for projected five-year Part D savings of $3.2 billion...
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