You are browsing the archive for lose.

Do I Lose My Health Insurance If I Am Laid Off Or Fired?

March 6, 2014 in General

If your health insurance is provided by your employer as a part of your total compensation package, you will lose this coverage if you are laid off, fired or voluntarily choose to leave your job. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) does not change this. You do have options when it comes to maintaining health insurance coverage for yourself and your family. You may continue your current policy through COBRA, or you may enroll in a new policy through the health insurance marketplace.

COBRA Continuation Coverage

Hate to Lose Money? Ever Heard of Indexing?

November 21, 2013 in General

Picture1What if you never had to fear losing money ever again? If you went to a casino whose rules allowed you to keep half of all winnings but never lose any money, would you take those odds? Doesn’t even sound like gambling, does it?

Welcome to the new world of retirement planning, folks. We at The Nestegg Repairman have a money-saving model  that’s quite possibly the best kept secret in the world of financial planning. We’re talking about Indexed Universal Life.

Creative Destruction: Artists, Writers, to Lose Health Care Coverage Under Obamacare

September 8, 2013 in General

Nancy Pelosi waxed rhapsodic in 2010 as she imagined the benefits of Obamacare: “Think of an economy
Get original story/post can be found at: insurance « Tag Feed
As some links might get broken.

If you want your post to be removed please use our contact form and allow up to 14 days of response, as I am usually traveling a lot.

Interesting Stuff:

General Organic and Biological ChemistryGeneral Organic and Biological ChemistryThis general, organic, and biochemistry text has been written for students preparing for careers in health-related fields such as nursing, dental hygi... Read More >
General, Organic, & Biological ChemistryGeneral, Organic, & Biological ChemistryThis text is different--by design. By relating fundamental concepts of general, organic, and biological chemistry to the everyday world, Jan Smith eff... Read More >
General, Organic & Biological ChemistryGeneral, Organic & Biological ChemistryThis new GOB textbook is written with the same student-focused, direct writing style that has been so successful in the Smith: Organic Chemistry text.... Read More >

Calculating How Much You Lose From Your Mis Sold PPI

June 7, 2013 in General

PPI or payment protection insurance protects you from late paying your loans, mortgages and credit cards because of a sudden illness or when you get unemployed. It may sound advantageous, but if your bank sold it to you and you were not eligible for its requirements, then you deserve to get your money back. Getting complete compensation means calculating how much you lose through the following methods.

1. Repayment Amount
Payment protection insurance takes on many names such as credit payment security or loan payment security, but the bottom line is that most PPI charges you at least 15-30% of the amount you repay on a monthly basis. The cost depends on the insurance’s provisions and the insurer’s liabilities.

Lose The Pounds, Gain The Dollars (Article)

May 10, 2013 in General

A US study has found that people who are encouraged to lose weight for cash prizes in competition with colleagues shed the pounds faster than individuals who are paid to reach dieting targets on their own.

Under President Obama’s healthcare reforms, American companies will be given incentives for group weight loss schemes. Although the NHS does not pay British residents to lose weight, the closest equivalent would perhaps be the discount that some UK insurance companies offer to customers who regularly use the gym or purchase healthier foods.

When a girl under 18 becomes pregnant, does she lose the financial support of her parents legally?

April 23, 2013 in Health insurance

this would include health care, dental care, insurance, stuff like that.
OR! if the teen decides to keep the baby, will she lose the financial support of her parents legally?
OR! if the teen decides to keep the baby, will she lose the financial support of her parents legally?
and can i have more deets on why or why not…a reliable source?

Interesting Stuff:

Health Insurance Today - Text and Workbook Package: A Practical Approach, 4eHealth Insurance Today - Text and Workbook Package: A Practical Approach, 4eThis money-saving package includes the 4th edition of Health Insurance Today Textbook and Workbook.
Health InsuranceHealth InsuranceThis book provides a thorough overview of health insurance in the United States, with an emphasis on private insurance. Topics covered include: The hi... Read More >
Health Insurance Today: A Practical Approach, 3eHealth Insurance Today: A Practical Approach, 3e

Learn to complete and submit clean claim forms for major insurance carriers. Health Insurance Today, 3rd Edition, provides case studies for each of... Read More >

what is the best way to lose weight without eaing salad?

January 20, 2013 in Insurance jobs and educations

im 4’11 and i weigh 160 im 17 and ive strugled with my weight my whole life…i lost weight about 2 years ago by doing crunches and eating fruit n vegies only but i hate salad it makes me sick…i have a job n go to school so i bearly have time to exersize what do i do?

Fluctuating Incomes Could Cause Many New Yorkers to Lose Health Insurance

December 20, 2012 in General

1.5 million New Yorkers could lose health insurance coverage due to fluctuations in their incomes and eligibility, says a report by the Coalition of New York State Public Health Plans.This was reported in is because of fluctuations in incomes and eligibility for certain programs, and subsidies.Thirty percent of non-elderly residents who are below 400 percent of the federal poverty level – which comes to (Dollor) 76,360 annually for a three-person family – could be affected.New …]]>

Get original story/post can be found at: insurance « Tag Feed
As some links might get broken.

If I get a part time job will I lose my insurance?

November 2, 2012 in Insurance jobs and educations

I live in Missouri, and have a child and currently am not employed but would like to be. My concern is that I have a pre-existing condition that caused me to be denied a life insurance policy with AMFAM so I think it might cause me to get denied from health insurance as well. I had some precancerous cells on my cervix about 6 months ago. I want to work because I know I am physically able to and I hate welfare to be honest. I’m just not sure if I work if I will have coverage because I need to go in for PAPS every 6 months and of course need coverage. I know the income guideline’s for my state for a single adult with one child is ~19% of the FPL. How do I figure out what this is? I know the FPL I just don’t know how to find 19% of it. Thanks in advance!
Ok, so when I plugged that in a calculator I got 2768.3, so does that mean I can make up to $2,768 a year and still keep it?
There’s such a thing as health insurance that cannot deny you?

iPhones and umbrellas. I lose my phone to the universe.

October 28, 2012 in General

12:18 AM Saturday 27 October 2012

I have just lost my phone.

Good, proper, lost. It is either one or two places and they are not there. I’ve gone back and looked. If someone returns it I will give them £50. Or should that be £100? That is the bargaining. Or is that the denial because the phone isn’t coming back. How is the finder of my phone supposed to know where to return it?

I should have put my phone number or email address on the back. Too late.

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

© 2014 - Sitemap - Privacy Policy