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Tricare Prime fees to increase Oct. 1

Tricare Prime fees to increase Oct. 1

Those people who use Tricare Prime will see a slight increase in their annual enrollment fee. (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty) 1445 CONNECT 43 TWEET LINKEDIN 4 COMMENT EMAIL MORE Tricare Prime beneficiaries will see a slight uptick in their annual enrollment fees starting Oct. 1. Individual retirees under age 65 will pay $282, up from the current rate of $277, while those with families will pay $565, up 2 percent from the current rate of $555. Medically retired troops and their families, as well as family members of those who died on active duty, will not be required to pay the increases. Tricare Prime is a health-maintenance style benefit for active-duty personnel, their families, military retirees under age 65 and their families. Under the program, active troops and their dependents are exempt from paying the enrollment fee. By law, Tricare Prime enrollment fees increase each ...

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