How much do us congressman pay for medical coverage?
The US congress is covered under the FEHBP system - they have a choice of over 300 health care options. So it depends on the plan they pick. The Government pays about 70%-75% of the cost so if they pick a Blue Cross Blue Shield family plan that costs $1,327.80/mo., they would only have to cover $430.04/mo.
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Since most personal auto insurance policies (actually, this goes for most commercial auto policies, too) don't have a property damage deductible, the most you would have to pa…y is your own deductible for the repairs to your vehicle, plus any betterment your carrier applies to the damaged components of your vehicle. So, say you have full coverage on your 1995 Honda Accord with a $100.00 deductible. You hit a pole in a parking lot, bending the pole. Your carrier will pay for all of the pole damage. Since the damages to your vehicle are $1000.00, your carrier will pay $900.00. If, however, you had prior damage on, say, the bumper that hit the pole, your carrier might deduct up to 50% for the replacement cost of that bumper. If they use used or copycat parts, they might not take that deduction. Or they might take off a little from your payment for scratched paint, etc. this happened to my wife. We paid the standard deductable and our insurance covered all the cost. We got bills from the electric company but they were all paid by our insurance.
Both U.S. Senators and U.S. congressmen make $174,000 per year as of 2010. I found this answer at www.reliablesourcenetwork.com
The current salary for all senators and members is $174,000. The salary for the speaker is $223,500 and the salary for the majority and minority leaders is $193,400. Member…s of Congress are covered by the same retirement plans as other federal employees, the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) for those hired, or elected, before 1984, and the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) for those whose service began in 1984 or later. There are some differences in retirement age eligibility, years of service required, and contributions. Members elected after 1984 also participate in Social Security. As of October 1, 2007, the average annual pension for former members under the CSRS plan was $63,696; for those under the FERS plan, $36,732. "Frequently Asked Questions." Library of Congress - Thomas . Library of Congress. Web. 17 July 2010. .
In Canada they have medical coverage by the government how much do they have to pay for their coverage?
It varies by every province, as each province administers their own health care coverage. Typically, the cost for basic health coverage is either free or very little. The "ve…ry little" could be an amount payable monthly, quarterly or even deducted from your pay from your employer. Costs for prescriptions vary as well, province to province and could depend on your earned income as to how much you pay.
Medical coverage is free in Canada
Probible nothing,as we the tax payers pay their bloated salaries. Nothing as of 2010. Egyptians used Facebook and Twitter to defeat a dictator that had been in power for 3…0 years. Why is it we allow Senators/Congressmen to get remarkable health care for free? Is anybody upset and mad about this? It has got to change! Entitlements are what is killing this country...if it's not already dead...we're watching the decline of what was once a great country.
I think the cost is very vary, it depends not only which program but also which country, living cost, and others. so you better specify your questions
The NFL and the TV networks worked out contracts in 2006. 1) NBC signed up with the NFL through 2011 for $622 million per year. 2) FOX signed up with the NFL through 2011… for $712 million per year. 3) NBC signed up with the NFL through 2012 for $650 million per year. 4) ESPN signed up with the NFL through 2014 for $1.1 billion per year. This puts the NFL's take at a little over $3 billion per year ... and this doesn't take into account the Sunday Ticket package on DirecTV which certainly brings in hundreds of millions more.
I do. and if you work and pay taxes , so do you.
This question is very tough to answer well. I know in PA medical from auto insurance is the first source used to cover a medical expense. If you have a decent health insurance… plan this can provide coverage over top of the medical from your auto.. However,as the deductibles on health care are increasing and many policies have lifetime limits, I would suggest getting a fairly high limit if you are able to afford it, in this category.. Anyone who needs assistance with insurance in PA is welcome to contact me, I work for an independent agency in York PA www.ekmcconkey.com
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Pay for congressmen comes from two sources: 1. Pay, perks and benefits for congressmen are paid by the US Govt, using money paid by taxpayers. 2. Bribes, kickbacks, Unde…r the table and off-the-record deals, selling senate seats, book buying package deals, inflated pay for one-time speeches at events, and gifts given to congressmen in exchange for favorable behavior in congress are opportunities for a congressmen to hide millions, and many times tens of millions of dollars in offshore accounts, untaxable of course, in a period of a just a few years.
$200,000 a month
In Medicare and Medicaid
For 2010, if you were hospitalized in a skilled nursing facility, Medicare would pay for the first 20 days of your skilled nursing stay providing it was preceded by an Inpatie…nt Stay of at least 3 days (which inpatient stay has a $1,100 deductible for the first 60 day benefit period). After that you have the following co-insurance: Days 21-100 - Medicare pays everything except $137.50 per day, which you pay Days 101+ - Medicare pays $0.00 and you are liable for all costs
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In Homeowner's Insurance
The right amount would be Zero, It doesn't make much sense to pay extra for medical coverage on ahome insurance policy when that's already covered under yourmedical insurance… policy. Ever heard of Double-coverge? It's illegal to get paid for the sameloss twice anyway. Adding Medical coverage on a home insurance policy is generallywhat we refer to as "Beefing up" a policy. Thereis almost a zero chance that it would ever be used due to doublecoverage limitations, but it can entice some less savvy people topurchase the policy.
No. Collision coverage pays for the physical damage to your own car, subject to any deductible. Medicals are paid by a separate coverage-sometimes called Personal Injury Pr…otection, but it may be called by a different name depending upon the State involved. It is what is generically called No Fault coverage. It pays a percentage of your medicals and lost wages if you are infured in an auto collision irrespective of fault. As such, it is a form of "first party" coverage that you maintain on yourself.