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family

n. 1) husband, wife and children. 2) all blood relations. 3) all who live in the same household including servants and relatives, with some person or persons directing this economic and social unit.

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"People cannot afford $1,600 a month [in premiums] and a $10,000 family deductible," Cassidy said.
Members of family plans also had individual deductibles equal to half of the family deductible. Full coverage began for individual members if they exceeded their individual deductible, or for families if combined family expenses exceeded the family deductible.
For about $3,000, the employer and employee could instead choose a policy with a family deductible of $5,150, according to the newsletter and informational Web site HSA Insider.
These are all eligible expenses but do not exceed your family deductible so you've paid them out-of-pocket.
As a result of a collective bargaining agreement, an employer-sponsored full-reimbursement health care plan was changed to include a $1,000 per family deductible. However, at the beginning of each plan year, employees received a cash "Health Care Bonus" equal to this amount.
The analysts divided the participants into three groups: those who have traditional low-deductible coverage, or coverage with an individual deductible under $1,250, or a family deductible under $2,500; enrollees in high-deductible health plans (HDHPs), or those with high-deductible plans and no access to HSAs or HRAs; and members of account-based health plans, or those with high deductibles and access to HSAs or HRAs.