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View Poll Results: What type of health insurance are you purchasing using post RE and pre medicare
No insurance 2 2.74%
HDHP with subsidy 10 13.70%
HMO with subsidy 4 5.48%
PPO with subsidy 3 4.11%
silver with subsidy 12 16.44%
gold with subsidy 0 0%
platinum with subsidy 0 0%
Employer plan with subsidy 14 19.18%
HDHP without subsidy 6 8.22%
HMO without subsidy 1 1.37%
PPO without subsidy 5 6.85%
silver without subsidy 2 2.74%
gold without subsidy 2 2.74%
platinum without subsidy 1 1.37%
Employer plan without subsidy 11 15.07%
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Old 11-24-2015, 05:40 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by sengsational View Post
The first issue I had was pricing a catastrophic plan; doesn't provide it if your age is >= 30.
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2016 Cat's for all ages should be uploaded to the exchange by month end. I will post when they are up.
2016 Catastrophic plans for those over age 29 are now on the Off-Exchange Health Plan Finder below. They require a hardship exemption from the exchange.

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Old 11-24-2015, 06:08 AM   #42
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When I went on Medicare with a supplement arranged thru my old MegaCorp, it was like getting a $350 monthly raise. We have to purchase Part D (medicines) on the open market, however.

My wife recently had laproscopic gall bladder surgery. Our share of the hospital bill was $800 total.

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