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20. What if I have limited income and assets?

If you qualify for the program’s low-income subsidies, it is very likely that you will benefit from Part D, and you should seriously consider enrolling. The only complication is that Part D might affect the amount of food stamps, subsidized housing or other low-income benefits you may be receiving. According to CMS, even if other benefits are reduced, you could end up better off overall.



   

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