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      11-01-2018, 04:33 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Hawkeye View Post
Damn, that is a nice perk. We still pay ~$70 / month for our HSA family plan and the company only contributes $150 to the HSA.

That isn't $600 a month I hope.
Yeah, I have some pretty serious medical issues so my typical annual medical expenses are in the 5 figures. It's a huge deal for me.

When I left my last firm, my family coverage was $680/mo out of pocket for me, spouse, and kid. When I took this job, it was a substantial raise and I had already decided to say yes to the offer when I found out about the gratis insurance. So it was essentially an additional raise of about $8,000 above and beyond the original expectation. Great company.

This year, I just got a letter in the mail that said the company felt that our deductibles were too high so they cut them nearly in half ($4,000 down to $2,400 for family and $2,000 down to $1,200) annually. What company does that? LOL.
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