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Retirees to Pay More for Tricare Enrollment While Pharmacy Copays Rise for All in 2022

September 24, 2021

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Military families and retirees who use retail pharmacies or the Tricare mail-order delivery system for their medications will see an increase in copayments in 2022, according to a notice to be published Tuesday in the Federal Register.

Likewise, military retirees still considered to be working age — those under age 65 who are not old enough for Medicare and Tricare for Life — can expect to pay more in health care enrollment fees, although the exact amount of the bump has yet to be determined.

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