T argues that the statute sets forth a "but for" causal test: if the cost would not have been incurred without the trustee, then it is attributable to the trustee's performance of its fiduciary duty and is thus fully deductible
However, the Windstorm and Hail Percent Deductible
endorsement, CP 03 21 06 95, specifically states that the deductible
is calculated separately for the building and personal property in the building if both are lost or damaged.
If the client's expected tax rate will be lower in retirement, though, it's better to invest in a 401(k) or a deductible
IRA to the extent eligible instead of a Roth IRA.
Some plans allow preventive services before the patient deductible
If it does not, the insurer will be forced to decrease the premium rebate, resulting in less of the insured taking a deductible
, an even lower cost reduction and so on.
Question: Our insured has a large $2 million property deductible
. However, the period of restoration begins immediately after the loss.
ObamaCare has both failed to curb insurance premiums and contributed significantly toward deductibles
that often make care too expensive even for the insured.
In the out-of-network column, the carrier says, "You pay 40% [for the diagnostic visit] after you pay your deductible
The research is important as many employers are turning to high deductible
health plans to combat their own expenses providing health coverage for employees.
However, MEI's loss settlement could be either $990,000 or $1,000,000, depending on how the deductible
The key underwriting factors are the total insured value of the property; the property's location; whether the building is residential or commercial; the construction materials used; the size of the deductible
on the primary property policy; the age of the property, and the number of floors.
Also, encourage your employees to think of a HDHP like homeowner's or renter's insurance, with its high deductible