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Old 18-11-2018, 21:03   #331
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Re: Early retirement and health care for boaters

It look to me like “Bind” is only available through an employer, not available for individual, private purchase.
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Old 06-12-2018, 09:15   #332
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Re: Early retirement and health care for boaters

I just received notice of a FREE webinaire via the SSCA online school. I assume this means you don’t need to be a SSCA member. Anyway, following up on all our discussions here, I thought some of you might want to check it out.

https://www.ssca.org/content.aspx?pa...dule_id=270250
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Re: Early retirement and health care for boaters

BTW - I signed up for my 2019 ACA health plan the other day. It's going cost my wife and I $27 for the year, $1000 deductible for tests, no copay at primary doctor, $5 copay specialist, generic drugs free. If we get a physical each year the insurance pays us $50/ea. If we get our Flu shots they pay us $25/ea. If we do the survey they get $25/ea. So if we do all that "normal" stuff they pay us $200.

If other USers want to know how to do it search my user name and there will be more than enough to point you how to do it because I'm not typing it again.
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