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Subject: Re: Another Inherited IRA Question Date: 10/26/2007 12:42 PM
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Thank you. My Dad's supplemental insurance was to kick in November 1 so the only insurance is through medicare. Did not realize that they reduced the bills. Was this something you asked for? or do they just automatically reduce it because of the death?

He went from a very healthy 67 year old one week, diagnosed with a brain tumor the next week, died the following week so a shock to all and totally unexpected as I guess most deaths are.

Thank you again for your help. Much appreciated.
Kelly
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