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 Paying medical insurance through payroll deduction how long is it paid up to after you quit you job?

Answer Answer Usually your insurance ends on you last day of work. Best bet would be to call the insurance company and find out exactly when it expires. You will have the option to have Cobra insurance, t... Read More »
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Must you reimburse your insurance company for medical bills paid on your behalf when you get a settlement from the other insurance company even though youve been paying premiums to cover medical costs?

Answer normaly yes, many people dont. you can wait it out, see if they ever catch on. if not go buy some shoes, if they do, which usually takes at least a year, get ready to return the shoes. even... Read More »
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If your health insurance has maxed and is no longer paying but you are still paying premiums to stay covered should you receive insurance-covered rates at the medical facility?

Answer I would say YES. It seems similar to me, that it's the same question as, what if the insurance isn't paying because it's below the deductible? I know for a fact there that you get the Insura... Read More »
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How many checks does an employer send to the insurance company under a payroll deduction plan?

Normally the employer sends 12 checks, One per month.. however most companies that are in the worksite market canaccommodate other modes, like weekly. biweekly and semimonthlyCompanies that are com... Read More »
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Is paid health insurance a deduction?

If you pay for your own health insurance and are not reimbursed, you can take a deduction for the amount exceeding 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income. If you are self-employed, you can claim... Read More »
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