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    This article made me so angry. Oh look, we reduced the bill to just a mere $160,000. Surely you little old folks can come up with that piddly little amount. I'd tell them I can only afford to pay them $5 a month and just send them $5 a month until the day I die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaileyCatts View Post
    This article made me so angry. Oh look, we reduced the bill to just a mere $160,000. Surely you little old folks can come up with that piddly little amount. I'd tell them I can only afford to pay them $5 a month and just send them $5 a month until the day I die.
    Are you angry at the hospital and the doctors that delivered the services or the insurance company that refused the claim?
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    I'm assuming BC is angry at the insurance company, same I was when I first read the article.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PRlady View Post
    I can tell you that my el cheapo life insurance doubled a couple of years ago, with the result that I cancelled the policy -- it was $250,000 when my daughter was growing up but she's grown now. That could have been age, smoking or both.
    it was probably neither

    if it was a cheap term, say 20 yrs, when the 20 yrs is up, often you can keep coverage w/o completing a new app or requirements, but the cost goes way up because the life of the original contract is up.
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    Latest Medical Financial Burden on Under 65 Population


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    Quote Originally Posted by my little pony View Post
    it was probably neither

    if it was a cheap term, say 20 yrs, when the 20 yrs is up, often you can keep coverage w/o completing a new app or requirements, but the cost goes way up because the life of the original contract is up.
    If it was term and it only doubled, it was a good policy. Sometimes you'll get 500% or 1000% increases at the end of the level term.

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