monkat asks:
I got a packet today outlining that my company is going to offer benefits for part-time employees. (My hours aren't my choice by the way).

Before I get my hopes up, I want to know how much it would cost me, and the packet doesn't seem to tell me. All I know is that there is a standard and premium plan (the standard says "individual annual out-of-pocket amounts will be $4,000 for in-network services, and $5,000 for out-of-network services", while premium says nothing like that).

I don't understand...is it free to sign up (despite a huge deductable), or what?
Nov 10, 2010

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  • playallday
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