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#49126 02/27/05 04:11 PM
Joined: Jun 2004
Posts: 613
Sorry to post the subject so loudly...but I just received my renewal rates and there up another 25% this year [Linked Image]

I use United Health Care. My single premium rate is $360 month, up from $280 last year. My family rate is $960 mth, up from $750 mth. This is the least expensive plan with the highest co-pays and deductables also [Linked Image]

I'm sure you have discussed this before, but I wanted some current input.

Any tips or suggestions would be helpful.



#49127 02/27/05 04:34 PM
Joined: Mar 2001
Posts: 2,056
I'm up from $720.00 to $800.00
Mid-level plan, higher deductible & co-pays
I guess I shouldn't complain.

#49128 02/27/05 05:00 PM
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Running about the same as Redsy, we just keep passing it on, and bumped up our rates.

#49129 02/27/05 06:50 PM
Joined: Jan 2002
Posts: 1,457
Up from $720.00 to $904.00.

#49130 02/27/05 07:49 PM
Joined: Jul 2002
Posts: 680
You guys should live in Maine. One of the highest health insurances rates in the country with no competition at all. See if there is any association you can join that has a insurance benefits available. I joined the Maine Oil Dealers which offers insurance to its members, they in turn get a group rate. I pay 341 a month for just me(I,m 48). My wife gets it thru her work.

#49131 02/27/05 10:18 PM
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Posts: 642
Cheapest bid I have recieved to date is $735.00/month for just me. [Linked Image]

#49132 02/27/05 10:28 PM
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Posts: 259
I am at 1250 per month, family plan Harvard Pilgram. Great plan covers everything but ouch.

#49133 02/27/05 11:08 PM
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My "free" retiree insurance is ~$700/mo

Greg Fretwell
#49134 02/28/05 07:17 AM
Joined: Aug 2001
Posts: 7,520
$1250 per month! [Linked Image]

Makes our "free" National Health Service seem almost attractive. [Linked Image]

#49135 02/28/05 09:18 PM
Joined: Oct 2003
Posts: 259
I got a number of a group I can join to reduce my cost to under $900 per month same plan. Thats a savings of a car payment. I will post the info when I get everything for all to enjoy or benifit from.

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