If you retire a player in NBA 2k12 and save it, you can not get out of the retirement and keep playing with him.
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Yes - keep both coverages. They are designed for two very different purposes. Your medical insurance reimburses the doctors and hospitals that provide your medical treatments. Disability insurance replaces a portion of your income during the time you are sick or hurt and unable to work.
Yes - if the insurance company will allow it. Some medical insurance companies will not.
I live in Florida and it is a popular place to retire - just keep track of the occasional bad weather. When handling their retirement planning many people pick a place and age they would like to retire and Florida I believe cheaper than many places up North.
The obvious answer would be NO, why would you have to carry insurance on a child that is now considered an adult.
Basic medical insurance usually just covers things like Hospitalization. Whereas comprehensive coverage will cover your office visits, medications, surgery and hospitalizations. Of course, keep in mind that there may be deductibles involved.
Yes, Pennsylvania requires auto insurance: bodily injury, property damage, and medical expenses coverages.
If you can afford to keep disability insurance, I would. As we get older, our bodies become fragile, and you want to be fully covered just in case.
You will automatically be enrolled in Medicare when you reach the age of 65, so you do not need to do anything. If you keep your private insurance, it will become supplemental and cover what Medicare does not.