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      CommentAuthorLHtrustme
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    Need to get it. What plans did you other poor people sign up for? I was looking at the options for MassHealth, just not sure who to go with and such. Suggestions?no one gets a shovel at this shit party!
    • CommentAuthorlissaandy
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    oh plz plz plz update me with this info as well!!

    especially if there is any info for people who might not qualify for low-income insurance.fuck art, let's ride bikes
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    please see about half a dozen other threads on this subject
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      CommentAuthorLHtrustme
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    kilgore_trout:please see about half a dozen other threads on this subject


    Already searched "insurance", "health", and "health insurance" before making this thread.no one gets a shovel at this shit party!
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    I searched insurance and found this:
    http://bostonfixed.us/forum/comments.php?DiscussionID=2168&page=1#Item_0Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.
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      CommentAuthorLHtrustme
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    ^ I found that but didn't find specific answers I was hoping for.no one gets a shovel at this shit party!
    • CommentAuthorblazin
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    MassHealth for the dude who is going to Europe for 3 months? just get mom and dad to cover it
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      CommentAuthorLHtrustme
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    blazin:MassHealth for the dude who is going to Europe for 3 months? just get mom and dad to cover it

    my friend, Mom and Dad give me nothing. My birthday present last year was a cleaning at the dentist...
    I know it's complicated to understand, but by saving my money for a year, I can then buy myself a ticket and BACKPACK around Europe. not that expensive. you could do it too.
    I got myself an honors scholarship to pay for college, bought my car for $900 and fixed it myself, and work 2 jobs.

    Save a lot, spend a little= travel. Get it?no one gets a shovel at this shit party!
    • CommentAuthorgc
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008 edited
     
    if your parents are mass residents you are covered under their plan until age 25 or so, maybe 27. if you are not a mass resident check into your home state's law regarding this.
    if you are a college student colleges frequently offer health insurance that may be a good deal.gone
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      CommentAuthorLHtrustme
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    grahambear:if your parents are mass residents you are covered under their plan until age 25 or so, maybe 27. if you are not a mass resident check into your home state's law regarding this.
    if you are a college student colleges frequently offer health insurance that may be a good deal.
    UNfortunately it runs out WHEN you turn 25 in MA (or 2 years after you become an independent) so I can't work that angle...no one gets a shovel at this shit party!
    • CommentAuthorlissaandy
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    are you trying to find some that will cover you while you're abroad?fuck art, let's ride bikes
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    • CommentAuthorMike Steve
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    I'm 22 and graduated college in May. Are you telling me my parents have lied to me and I can still be covered by their insurance for another 3 years?I don't play with muthafuckas cuz this shit be real
    • CommentAuthormfdn
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2008
     
    LHtrustme X:
    grahambear:if your parents are mass residents you are covered under their plan until age 25 or so, maybe 27. if you are not a mass resident check into your home state's law regarding this.
    if you are a college student colleges frequently offer health insurance that may be a good deal.
    UNfortunately it runs out WHEN you turn 25 in MA (or 2 years after you become an independent) so I can't work that angle...

    I'm pretty sure that it actually covers you THROUGH your 25th year (aka Under 26). I'm 25 and looked into this option hard when I quit my 'real' job back in March, but the insurance will only cover you through that age if your a full time student (or recently, ?within the last year?, graduated).

    To be honest, I didn't look at plans as closely as I should have when I signed up, but I was planning on traveling a lot (over seas and in the US) and wasn't sure how much MassHealth covered for out of state injuries (I was hiking in the Rockies for 4 months (3 work / 1 fun) so it was a real concern). I went with a PPO over an HMO so I didn't have to worry about seeing a primary care specialist, that I wouldn't be able to see anyways when away, before seeing the doctor I wanted. The plan I had through work was with Harvard Pilgrim, and was good and so I stuck with that... but its definitely not the cheapest.. =( Rates
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      CommentAuthortainted
    • CommentTimeNov 27th 2008
     
    Michael:I'm 22 and graduated college in May. Are you telling me my parents have lied to me and I can still be covered by their insurance for another 3 years?

    i'm pretty sure your parents can only cover your insurance until you're 25 IF you're still in school and you haven't dropped their insurance. I thinkonce your off it you can't get back on, especially if you're not in school. I'm having the same problem. i graduated 2 years ago and then started a full time job that gave me insurance. I'm 24 now and I no longer work for them anymore so i have no insurance. and i was told that i wasn't able to pick up my parents' insurance again. i applied for masshealth, still waiting for a reply. Chris Evil & the Taints
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    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2012
     
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    • CommentAuthorjohn89
    • CommentTimeOct 2nd 2016
     
    Masshealth is low - income health insurance. It doesn't cover daycare costs.
    Is your husband the baby's father? If so, he should be helping. If need be, itemize the cost of everything and take him to court. Taking your own husband to court for child support sounds bizarre, but it might be all you can do in this case. Otherwise, simply quit your job and watch your son yourself. I'll bet your husband will change his tune when that second income is gone and he's struggling to pay all of the bills by himself. Good luck.