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Be careful with "discount plans." Usually there is an application fee and they are very limited in benefits.
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Good work... Just would like to add my point of view. There are 2 types of family health insurance.

1) Family Floater: the insurance that covers you immediate family ( your wife, your children and you)
2) Family First: the insurance that insures 13 relationships of your family (your parents, spouse, children, mother-in-law, father-in-law and many more).

Anyways looking forward to such pointers.

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Aside from discount plans, I've read that there are also health plans that provide a huge list of medical providers but when you're about to use it, you'll find out that you're not eligible for discounts. People should be wary about this dirty tactics. You may have purchased your plan in a much cheaper price but you can't really benefit from it.

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There are four categories of health insurance costs that a patient or insured pays:

1. The premium which is the cost to purchase the health insurance;
2. The deductible which must be met before the insurance pays any portion of a claim;
3. Applicable copays for things like doctor office visits and prescription drug purchases; and
4. Coinsurance which is a percentage share after the deductible has been met.
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You have shared such a nice health insurance type. Some of them are really most helpful for me and also for other.
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Health insurance has already been with us for hundreds of years and the kinds and forms of insurance have evolved, including private health insurance.
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I believe that health insurance can be good option to hav for self, as it reduces your concern of medicare after retirement age or I can say retired life. We need to have secure ourself for retired life and must have health insurance for medical expenses.
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Family floater makes sense for a family because each one in family gets a big cover.
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quote:
Originally posted by Gon9za3lez
Family floater makes sense for a family because each one in family gets a big cover.


Yes you are right, it covers your whole family with bigger benefits. You can also endorse for this policy also.
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Hi,

There are two general types of life insurance; Term life and Permanent life. Term life is the simplest form of life insurance and can provide substantial coverage with affordable premiums
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Hi,

This can include a basic physical exam, urine specimen, blood work, EKG, and X-ray. For high amounts of life insurance, such as $2,500,000 and up, treadmill EKGs are usually required, too. There is no cost to you for the exam, and an appointment may be scheduled at your convenience in your home or office.
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I am Too smart Can some Tips Of you Makes Me Healthy Or Not Smile
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