deductible


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Antonyms for deductible

(taxes) an amount that can be deducted (especially for the purposes of calculating income tax)

a clause in an insurance policy that relieves the insurer of responsibility to pay the initial loss up to a stated amount

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acceptable as a deduction (especially as a tax deduction)

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Answer: The property deductible of $1,000 would apply to the property perils, and the waiting period of 72 hours would apply to the business income and extra expense coverages.
But according to a recent report, not only have premiums continued to rise under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but deductibles have grown dramatically, often to the point that having insurance isn't a guarantee of affordable care.
In most of the plans studied, enrollees can get coverage for a sick visit to an in-network primary care provider without meeting the deductible, by paying a co-payment, a coinsurance amount or both a co-payment and a coinsurance amount.
By comparison, the average general annual deductible for single coverage among workers enrolled in an employer-based health plan was $1,217 in 2014.
Sandy, which is now ranked as the second most expensive storm to strike the, showed how tricky applying a deductible can be.
67(e)(1) "serves as a filter" with respect to the first clause and "treats as fully deductible only those trust-related administrative expenses that are unique to the administration of a trust and not customarily incurred outside of masts" Id.
Other coworkers believe that only one deductible should apply because it is only one occurrence.
The next move is to contribute to a traditional IRA (if the client is eligible to take a deduction on the contribution; we'll call this a deductible IRA) or a Roth IRA.
Lower income workers may not realize how large of a burden the deductible is until they are faced with paying it.
On the other hand it could be problematic with regard to the introduction of a voluntary deductible.
Consumer-directed health savings accounts, whose lower premiums and higher deductibles appeal to employers and the young and healthy, are expected to grow rapidly over the next two years after a slow start.
Families must have an annual deductible of at least $2,000 (a deductible or deductible between $2,000 and $5,000 works well for individuals and families).
1, 2004, to individuals covered by qualified health plans that have a deductible higher than $1,000 for individuals and $2,000 for families.
A traditional family policy with a deductible of $500 per person ($1,000 family) costs $8,460 per year.