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For questions related to health care costs and paying for them. A country tag is almost always important to add alongside this tag.

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Not sure whether this would run afoul of the rule of having only certain types of other health coverage besides your HD plan. If you use another policy for most of the year, you probably can't pull t …
answered Jan 19 '11 by mbhunter
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This has a straightforward answer. It's likely that your doctor and the hospital have no responsibility to ensure that your insurance claim is filed in a timely manner. They bill you whether you or th …
answered Feb 1 '11 by mbhunter
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If I read your figures correctly, then the cost difference is negligible. ($1.84 difference) The main determining factor, I'd think, would be the coverage. Do you get more, or less, coverage now tha …
answered Oct 18 '10 by mbhunter
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It's not deductible on your taxes unless you can claim her as a dependent according to this definition, and then only if it's more than 7.5% of your AGI. Unless you consciously drew something up as a …
answered Apr 3 '11 by mbhunter
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Here's an old-ish article from the NYT that discusses this.
answered Jul 25 '11 by mbhunter
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Start with the source: http://www.dol.gov/ebsa/faqs/faq_consumer_cobra.html
answered Sep 23 '10 by mbhunter