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The Supplement

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Insurance 
When a primary plan of care is not enough, there is a supplement plan that pays for the remainder of fees associated with medical care or expense the insured requires.  These plans are in existence for hsopital, nursing homes including in home assistance. This type of insurance enables one to afford care that excludes out of pocket costs so one can save money in order to maintain a roof over ones head during the elderly years. Along with your social security check all of which will exist with...
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Fixed Income and the Government

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 7, 2009, In : Insurance 
Medicare prescription drug plans can neither be considered a donut or a spare for retirees. Persons on a fixed income are not provided with a discount "recognized" as that of insurance provided for people who are of retirement age. Mail order pharmacies are not actually providing a discount for someone who will receive the same amount of money aside from the cost of living adjustment, as opposed to people who are still working currently and are using mail order for prescription drugs. So wher...
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Showing category "Insurance" (Show all posts)

The Supplement

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Insurance 
When a primary plan of care is not enough, there is a supplement plan that pays for the remainder of fees associated with medical care or expense the insured requires.  These plans are in existence for hsopital, nursing homes including in home assistance. This type of insurance enables one to afford care that excludes out of pocket costs so one can save money in order to maintain a roof over ones head during the elderly years. Along with your social security check all of which will exist with...
Continue reading ...
 

Fixed Income and the Government

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 7, 2009, In : Insurance 
Medicare prescription drug plans can neither be considered a donut or a spare for retirees. Persons on a fixed income are not provided with a discount "recognized" as that of insurance provided for people who are of retirement age. Mail order pharmacies are not actually providing a discount for someone who will receive the same amount of money aside from the cost of living adjustment, as opposed to people who are still working currently and are using mail order for prescription drugs. So wher...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "Insurance" (Show all posts)

The Supplement

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Insurance 
When a primary plan of care is not enough, there is a supplement plan that pays for the remainder of fees associated with medical care or expense the insured requires.  These plans are in existence for hsopital, nursing homes including in home assistance. This type of insurance enables one to afford care that excludes out of pocket costs so one can save money in order to maintain a roof over ones head during the elderly years. Along with your social security check all of which will exist with...
Continue reading ...
 

Fixed Income and the Government

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 7, 2009, In : Insurance 
Medicare prescription drug plans can neither be considered a donut or a spare for retirees. Persons on a fixed income are not provided with a discount "recognized" as that of insurance provided for people who are of retirement age. Mail order pharmacies are not actually providing a discount for someone who will receive the same amount of money aside from the cost of living adjustment, as opposed to people who are still working currently and are using mail order for prescription drugs. So wher...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "Insurance" (Show all posts)

The Supplement

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Insurance 
When a primary plan of care is not enough, there is a supplement plan that pays for the remainder of fees associated with medical care or expense the insured requires.  These plans are in existence for hsopital, nursing homes including in home assistance. This type of insurance enables one to afford care that excludes out of pocket costs so one can save money in order to maintain a roof over ones head during the elderly years. Along with your social security check all of which will exist with...
Continue reading ...
 

Fixed Income and the Government

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 7, 2009, In : Insurance 
Medicare prescription drug plans can neither be considered a donut or a spare for retirees. Persons on a fixed income are not provided with a discount "recognized" as that of insurance provided for people who are of retirement age. Mail order pharmacies are not actually providing a discount for someone who will receive the same amount of money aside from the cost of living adjustment, as opposed to people who are still working currently and are using mail order for prescription drugs. So wher...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "Insurance" (Show all posts)

The Supplement

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Insurance 
When a primary plan of care is not enough, there is a supplement plan that pays for the remainder of fees associated with medical care or expense the insured requires.  These plans are in existence for hsopital, nursing homes including in home assistance. This type of insurance enables one to afford care that excludes out of pocket costs so one can save money in order to maintain a roof over ones head during the elderly years. Along with your social security check all of which will exist with...
Continue reading ...
 

Fixed Income and the Government

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 7, 2009, In : Insurance 
Medicare prescription drug plans can neither be considered a donut or a spare for retirees. Persons on a fixed income are not provided with a discount "recognized" as that of insurance provided for people who are of retirement age. Mail order pharmacies are not actually providing a discount for someone who will receive the same amount of money aside from the cost of living adjustment, as opposed to people who are still working currently and are using mail order for prescription drugs. So wher...
Continue reading ...