Absolutely, unless you are independently wealthy and don't care if your vehicle is a total loss every once in a while. Uninsured motorist fees are very nominal compared to the alternative.
I am retired and have kaiser insurance in california, will i have coverage in colorado
Medicare is for retired people. As you are not retired you should use your company's health insurance, as you will get a discount on the coverage through your employer's contributions.
Disability insurance protects a person's ability to work and earn an income. If a person is already retired, than they are no longer working or earning an income, which leaves no income to insure. In retirement there is a type of coverage called Long-Term Care insurance, which should be considered instead. This type of coverage is very similar to disability insurance, only rather than protecting one's ability to work and earn an income, it protects a person's assets and savings. It shifts the risk of having to pay for long-term care from the individual to the insurance company.
To find out if your eligible for Medicare, you can use the Medicare Eligibility Tool at the link below: http://www.medicare.gov/MedicareEligibility/home.asp?version=default&browser=IE%7C6%7CWinXP&language=English If you're not eligible for Medicare, you can check with the different insurance companies to find out about individual coverage.
which type of health insurance program would a retired army general be eligible for
No. Persons who are "retired" are considered to be out of the labor pool and ineligible for unemployment insurance.
Absolutely. It is called your "Retirement Pension". You cannot collect "unemployment insurance" monies if you are retired.
If your father is 55 and retired, he is more than likely eligible to receive Medicare benefits. Seniors 55 and over are eligible and within the age range to receive premium Medicare coverage from the federal government.
Xerox does not provide medical insurance for its retired employees. It does, however, provide some financial support for the retired employee to purchase insurance.
Annual travel insurance over 65 is a type off traveler's insurance targeted for persons aged 65 years or older. These insurance plans are designed to be affordable for a retired person, but more extensive in medical coverage should you have an accident or experience complications due to pre-existing health conditions; at least, the good ones do. Be sure to shop around carefully when selecting an agency. You can further research travel insurance for seniors at http://www.saga.co.uk/insurance/travel-insurance/over-65-travel-insurance.
Yes it is possible to get when retired but age or health can be factors. You can get quotes by calling companies.
Answer Sir, I can only quote you regarding Canadian Law that says if your wife is paying for your Medical Insurance through her job as a payroll deduction she can take you off anytime she wishes. Under Canadian Laws a wife or husband is not held responsible for the other one's health insurance needs. Hope this was helpful, but if not, perhaps you can contact the Health Insurance Board where you live. If you choose to buy insurance, then as a general rule, nobody can force you to keep buying the coverage. Yes, you can drop coverage. However, if you are paying for the coverage through IRS Section 125 with pre-tax funds through your employer, then you may (or may not, depending on the circumstances) be able to reverse your decision to reduce your pre-tax earnings.
Chances are Medicare would pay first as long as you are no longer working, or if your spouse does not have you covered under insurance through their employer. If your spouse IS working and you do have coverage through them, the group insurance would be primary if their employer has more then 100 employees working for them. Otherwise, Medicare will be primary.
Tricare Prime is not a "stand alone" plan. Tricare Prime is TRICARE Prime Supplemental Insurance Plan de¬signed to help pay your cost share and copayments under TRICARE (In-Network and Out-of-Network expenses). It was modeled as an HMO. Your Tricare Standard/Extra Plan is the base coverage.
The Health Insurance Group provide insurance for individuals, families and businesses. They also provide health insurance for members of the armed forces and retired police officers who may sometimes struggle to get insurance.
The standard method used by the insurance industry is: actual current active employer is primary; retiree/annuitant is secondary
BTW, this is for a retiree, not someone who is not retired yet. A quick answer would be very appreciated.
The American Association of Retired Persons, AARP, offers Medicare, long-term care insurance, automobile insurance, home insurance, and life insurance. It is intended for improving the quality of life for seniors age 50 and over.
AARP insurance is split into two age groups, 50-64, and 65 +, so the minimum age for requirement is 50. Although originally designed for retired individuals, you no longer have to be retired, just over the age of 50.
For free health insurance there are various programs for your city. Also, if you are a retired military service member you may qualify for free or low cost health insurance.
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Life insurance can be availed by companies who support people forlife. For a certain plan, the insurance company pays the family money if a relative dies. So it is a good thing for retired people over 65.
Medical insurance throughout all branches (Army, Air Force, Marines and Navy) is covered by Tricare. Then depending on your status would depend on what type of coverage would be given to you and your dependents (i.e., active duty = Tricare Prime or retired and collecting SSI = Tricare for Life). Currently, Tricare is contracted to Humana and Health Net but by sometime next year it will be contracted to Aetna and Humana.
Apolo Ohno won't be competing in Sochi because he's retired. He will, however, contribute to NBC's coverage as an analyst on speedskating.
The insurance company GEICO offers discounts for individuals who are on active duty, who are retired, or who is on Military reserves. They have a phone line dedicated to their Military clients.