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How Much Are You Paying For Health Insurance ?
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Posted 1/6/17 , edited 1/6/17
i think the enrollment period is over now? i'll take the penalty again for 2017..

for my parents.. their premium went up 2.5x.. the deductibles are higher too. also had to move to another provider since the old plan was no longer available in 2017..

Aetna announces it will leave health care markets in 11 states
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBgJ3OySECc

this is tough for some people..

29 hr or less will not get any health insurance either.. so they have to buy their own insurance..

even when you have health insurance .. there are still other problems to worry about

"in network provider" "refferals" "waiting period". etc..

Surprise medical bills are stacking up for many adults
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lI9U0Ptc9a4

Posted 1/6/17 , edited 1/6/17
I have Mayo Select, it's the middle one. I pay $37.50 per pay check. I also have a Mayo Reimbursment Account (MRA), which $2.00 gets taken out per pay check. And then they just offered a Vision Care Plan too, and $4.50 gets taken out per paycheck.
Posted 1/6/17 , edited 1/6/17
Medical, Dental, and Vision: $200 a month through Healthcare.gov
Same price through private (non-HC.gov): $390 per month.

I'm fine where I am.. lol.
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I live in Finland, it's a freebie. And for travel insurance that covers health, bout 100€ a year.
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have it free (as a university student) #justEuropeanThings
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I get free health care.
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not quite 30 dollars through healthcare >.> work insurance was hundreds of dollars yeeeaaah couldn't do that on my wages T_T
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free I am a disabled veteran
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0, cause I don't have any
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sundin13 wrote:

I get free health care.


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Free health care through the VA.

BUT, I have free health care through work, too, for situations where I don't want to die.
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Posted 1/6/17 , edited 1/7/17
I have free health care through disability. Well, for the most part anyways. I have to pay a co-pay on occasion if the medication isn't covered, or if I need dental work. For the latter I only go when I can afford it, though. I've been meaning to switch to a provider that offers dental, but I'm too lazy for all the work involved...
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I feed off the system, working Americans pay for my healthcare.
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too much
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Well we have the NHS paid for via our taxes. I only pay out for dental visits and eye tests. It's not worth it me taking up my work's health insurance plan. In Scotland and Wales even prescription medicines are free in England working people pay a set charge per prescription or can choose prepayment plan for their medicines which can work out around £10 a month for as many medicines as you want. Those on very low incomes, children, unemployed, students, certain medical conditions etc get medication for free. They also get free dental treatment and optician treatments.
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