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    Default That grand having a baby coverage BCBSNC old/vs New

    So I have the side by side from BCBSNC for my old plan for which it was an option that requires purchase of a rider vs the mapped plan.

    Old plan no rider:
    Amount owed poviders: 7540
    Plan pays: 0
    You pay: 7540



    Obama aproved plan
    Amount owed providers: 7540
    Plan Pays: 2800
    You pay: 4700

    The math: old plan 7540
    New plan 6000 premium increase + 4700= 10700

    So 10700-7540 = $3160
    IT COSTS that much more out of pocket!!!!! That is when you run real math and do the accounting. What a deal?
    Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI

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    do you have any solutions to "the problem"? I don't. Anyone can point fingers and say that this is wrong and that is wrong. But a leader will offer a solution instead of bellyaching about it. If you have a solution to this nation's problems, run for office and get stuff changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinyhead View Post
    do you have any solutions to "the problem"? I don't. Anyone can point fingers and say that this is wrong and that is wrong. But a leader will offer a solution instead of bellyaching about it. If you have a solution to this nation's problems, run for office and get stuff changed.
    They should have left us alone! There was nothing wrong with my insurance.
    Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI

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    My employer tells us all the time that change is necessary to keep the company strong and moving forward. Some folks get stuck in a rut, and anything that is outside of their comfort zone, drives them absolutely crazy. Are you one of those people that doesn't like change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinyhead View Post
    My employer tells us all the time that change is necessary to keep the company strong and moving forward. Some folks get stuck in a rut, and anything that is outside of their comfort zone, drives them absolutely crazy. Are you one of those people that doesn't like change?
    Paying 6000 more per year for less is all about my checkbook! That is driving me crazy!
    Hihope Hiland Heathen of Perth CD, RE, CGC, TDI

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