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Mine has taken a huge jump to $950 a month with the Blue Silver plan. You are SO kidding. That will be about $1000 with my dental rider. The insurance companies have really lost their grip on the reality of the American wallet now that the government is subsidizing.

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I'm talking about the ones that decide the costs, not the providers.
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I think there is going to be a special place in h*ll for healthcare and insurance people.
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Oh, if Jess isn't on Medicare, very different. Up until 3 years ago, I was paying $800 a month for $5000 deductible. I could hardly wait to get old. ;)
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Jessie are you self-employed or not part of a group plan? For years I had to purchase my own health insurance and the last time I had to buy my own, about 10 years ago I remember each year it went up $50 to $100 a year, with $2,500 deductible, no dental or eye glasses. And that was way before the Affordable Care Act.

Not surprised health insurance keeps going up, we as a society just don't take care of themselves :(
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What??? Are you talking about a Medicare Supplement? That simply cannot be right.
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