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TRICARE Reserve Select Basics. If you are an E-5 or higher, your annual deductible increases to $150 for individuals and $300 for families. Again, these deductibles are lower than comparable plans in the private sector, which generally range from $500 to $5,000 per year for individuals and can run even more for families.Do you keep Tricare After retirement?
When You Retire Your plan options change. If you want to keep TRICARE Prime or TRICARE Select with no break in coverage, you must reenroll within 90 days after your retirement date. You and your family members need to get new ID cards.Do retired military have to pay for Tricare?
Officials are encouraging retirees to pay for their Tricare Select coverage by military allotment if possible. Using another form of payment such as a credit card, or electronic transfer a checking or savings account can sometimes result in problems - for example, when a card is lost or stolen, or a charge is not accepted for some other reason.What is the eligibility for Tricare?
Generally, you are eligible for TRICARE coverage if: You are an active duty or retired Uniformed Service member. You are the spouse or child of an active duty or retired Uniformed Service member. You are a National Guard or Reserve member.