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Some of the benefits offered by the Aetna Medical Insurance include dental insurance coverage in certain states and coverage for prescription drugs. You also have coverage for hospital and specialist care.

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Aetna offers health insurance, dental insurance, medicare, life insurance and medical insurance plans. They offer cost-effective, high quality health insurance.


That is Lepta in Greek. There are 100 Lepta in 1 Drachma.


The phrase "aentna ppo" means Aenta Network Option Dental Plans. This is dental insurance with flexibility and no referrals. It provides coverage for preventive, basic and other major services.


1894 Greek Coin AENTA 20? how much is it worth cheers harry


This does not appear to be a coin issued by the US Mint. Please examine it and then submit a new question with more details concerning it.


This is a Greek 20 Lepta coin, which is still quite common - and the retail value can range anywhere from about 10 to $7.50, depending on condition.


It depends on the condition of the coin (which is, by the way, a 20 Lepta coin from Greece - the word that you wrote as "AENTA" is actually "ΛΕΠΤΑ"). According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, 4,752,000 such coins were produced in 1894, and an example in Fine condition is worth US$2.00, an example in Very Fine condition is worth US$5.00, an example in Extremely Fine condition is worth US$25.00, an example in Fine condition is worth US$400.00.


You are asking about a 10 Lepta coin from Greece (KM#63). (The word that you read as "Aenta" is actually "ΛΕΠΤΑ", which would be written as "lepta" in the English alphabet.) 28,973,000 of these coins were produced in 1912. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example would be worth US$0.75 in Fine condition, US$3.00 in Very Fine condition, US$7.50 in Extremely Fine condition, US$75.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$125.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.


Go to www.aetna.com, click on 'find a doctor, dentist, pharmacy or facility.' You will enter in you search criteria based on city, zip code, dentist name, etc.


You are asking about a 5 Lepta coin from Greece (KM#62). (The word that you read as "Aenta" is actually "ΛΕΠΤΑ", which would be written as "lepta" in the English alphabet.) 25,053,000 of these coins were produced in 1912. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example would be worth US$0.75 in Fine condition, US$3.00 in Very Fine condition, US$7.50 in Extremely Fine condition, US$75.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$125.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.


You are asking about a 50 Lepta coin from Greece (KM#68). (The word that you read as "Aenta" is actually "ΛΕΠΤΑ", which would be written as "lepta" in the English alphabet.) 20,000,000 of these coins were produced in 1926, and another 20,000,000 in 1930, but with a 1926 date (those produced in 1930 have a "B" mintmark, signifying that they were produced by the Vienna mint). According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example would be worth US$0.45 in Fine condition, US$1.00 in Very Fine condition, US$4.50 in Extremely Fine condition, US$25.00 in Uncirculated condition (US$30.00 for the 1926B), and US$60.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition (US$75.00 for the 1926B).


such as a forklift driver or being able to use certain machinery. (Another user said his friend got paid $14/hour). In Hawaii, not so much a good deal since it's comparable to McDonald's starting out. In other parts of the country, such as Michigan, it's really good considering the average job pays $7.50. In addition, even part timers get a 401K plan, stock options, health benefits from Aenta, paid 25 hours of sick time, and paid for 7 national holidays, a Martin Luther King Day, 3 "floater"days (where employees can pick 3 random days to get paid), and vacation time (I think about 40 hours worth). Full time employees and upper management get even better benefits.


This is a 50-Lepta Coin from Greece - and depending on condition, the book value is not much over a dollar or so at best. Neverthless, it's a great coin to inspire starting a cool world coin collection - an inexpensive and very fun hobby! Hope this helps. -Inge, J&J Coins, Colorado


You are asking about a 20 Lepta coin from Greece (KM#64). (The word that you read as "Aenta" is actually "ΛΕΠΤΑ", which would be written as "lepta" in the English alphabet.) 10,145,000 of these coins were produced in 1912. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example would be worth US$0.75 in Fine condition, US$3.00 in Very Fine condition, US$8.50 in Extremely Fine condition, US$100.00 in Uncirculated condition, and US$150.00 in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Alternatively, you could be asking about KM#79, which was produced intermittantly from 1954 through 1971. These coins are valued at less than a dollar in circulated condition, at about US$3 in Uncirculated, and US$7-US$10 in Brilliant Uncirculated (except for 1964, which is more like US$8 in Uncirculated, and US$18 in Brilliant Uncirculated).



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