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Getting Dental Work w/o InsuranceFor the many people without dental insurance, there are sometimes affordable ways to get the needed work done. This is a page about getting dental work done without insurance.


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Getting Dentures Without Insurance?This is a page about getting dentures without insurance. If you don't have dental insurance it can be difficult to afford dentures. Here are some tips about finding low cost dental care.


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Finding a Dentist That Takes Payments?Dental work is often very expensive. Finding a dentist that takes payments is a good way to get the dental care you need now and finish paying for it later.


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Does Medicare Have Dental Coverage?There are a few medical needs that Medicare does not cover. Dental is one of those, with most procedures not covered. This is a page about, "Does Medicare have dental coverage?".


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Retaining Medicaid Health Coverage When Moving?Medicaid is a government heath care program that provides free or low cost health coverage to millions of citizens. There are variations in coverage from state to state. This is a page about retaining Medicaid health coverage when moving.


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Paying Medical Bills When on Medicare?This is a page about paying medical bills when on medicare. Medicare health insurance provides medical coverage for millions of citizens.


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Choosing Medicare Supp. InsuranceThis page is about choosing medicare supplemental insurance. Determining the most cost-effective secondary insurance to be used with medicare can be confusing.


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Health Insurance When Living Abroad?This is a page about health insurance when living abroad. If you plan on retiring abroad or living there for an extended period of time, you will want to secure health insurance specifically designed for this situation.


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Medicare Part B Coverage Advice?This is a page about Medicare Part B coverage advice. Medicare part B covers a variety of outpatient services, doctor visits, supplies, and other costs. Understanding the types of things covered by the different parts of Medicare can help save you money.



Medical Insurance Documents

How Long Should You Save Documents?This is a page about how long should you save medical insurance documents. Many documents, such as insurance paperwork, should be saved for a period of time to ensure that they are available if needed.


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COBRA Health Insurance AdviceThis is a page about COBRA health insurance advice. COBRA allows some former employees, retirees, and others to temporarily continue their health insurance coverage.


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Supplemental Insurance Company Reviews?Does anyone have a recommendation for supplemental insurance companies? Hubby's company changed insurance companies and they do not cover much now! AARP has good plans if I were on Medicaid.


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Saving Money on Health InsuranceThis is a page about saving money on health insurance. The cost of healthcare is beyond what most people can afford on their own, but at times it seems purchasing health insurance isn't much cheaper.


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Saving Money on HealthcareThis is a page about saving money on healthcare. The cost of healthcare is constantly going up. For many people it is getting harder to afford proper coverage.


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Early Retirement and Medical Insurance?Due to extreme stress on my job that is affecting my health, I am looking into retirement at 62 and finding part time work. I think I can do this as far as my bills, but my concern is medical insurance.


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Medicaid Thinks My Case is Closed?I was remarried a year and a half ago. We reported our change to Medicaid (I have 3 children from my previous marriage). My husband works and I am not sure if we are eligible for Medicaid. But Medicaid never made a change.


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Primary Insurance When Employed Full Time After Age 65?If a person works for a small company (less than 20 employees) and is over 65 years of age and still working, can they keep BCBS as their primary insurance coverage or does Medicare have to be the primary and BCBS secondary?


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Disability and Long Term Care Insurance?I have been pretty busy online checking ratings, reviews, etc. of disability and long term care insurances. I am wondering if any of you would care to share advice on Genworth, through AARP.


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Health Insurance for College Student?Our daughter, despite being a full-time student, is being kicked off our health insurance as soon as she turns 22. The student insurance offered through her university looks like mediocre coverage with high co-pays for about $100/month.


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Can I Find Better Health Insurance?My husband's work is changing our insurance to a high deductible ($2600 for the family) insurance. It will start in Jan. I am looking for anyone who has gotten their own insurance that is better. If we go with this I will be terrified to take any of us to the doctors, as we would not be able to afford it. They keep taking away and making our health insurance go up with less and less coverage but they have not given him a raise in 3 years. However, I am thankful he still has a job (for now).


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Health Insurance for the Self Employed?Does anyone know of a good carrier for self employed health insurance?



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Blue Cross Blue Shield (FEHB) and Medicare?I am 60 years (Dec.) and would like to get a better understanding on my options before the time to make changes to my BCBS/FEHB Standard Self +1 being my secondary insurances and Medicare being my primary and which of the other options best fits me.


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Finding a Dentist That Takes Payments?How can I pay for my partials with a payment plan?


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Doctor Charged Medicare Patient a Statement Fee?Can a Medicare doctor charge a statement fee of $5.00 because you waited for Medicare to see what was paid. It is not a late fee, but a statement fee.


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Getting Dentures Without Insurance?I'm a diabetic and take insulin. My teeth are bad. I need new teeth. Where can I find dental service without insurance?


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BC/BS Coverage and Medicare Part B?Does my coverage thru the Federal Government allow me to delay Medicare Part B so that I can also use TriCare? I'm reading that my coverage with the Blues will allow me to delay enrolling in Part B, but it is unclear if this means I can still use TriCare.


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Medicare Part B or BCBS?My husband works at a DOD-funded research lab (private university) so his benefits are great. At retirement his benefits will include lifetime health care coverage for a nominal annual premium.


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