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I have been paying a little over $239/month for a limited hospital/outpatient only policy through Golden Rule, a division of United Health Care, with a $10,000 annual deductible. They recently increased my premium to $333/month and change, starting April. The letter sed they reduced deductibles by 20, 30, 40 or 50 percent, but I didn't see any reduction in the $10,000 deductible when I accessed my policy on their website - I will call them and ask them about that, and for something in writing.

I will become eligible for Medicare when I turn 65 in July. I will pickup a Medicare Supplement Plan F and get some stuff done I've postponed.

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