Quoting ----&&:" For our insurance they just have to provide half the living expense and be able to be claimed as a dependent...don't ... [snip!] ... and if not claimed as a dependent he would just pay the difference come tax time from them taking out the premiums pre tax."
Quoting loser mom:" Oh wow... no, you can't do that in Kansas at all. The only people you can cover on your insurance ... [snip!] ... is yourself, legal spouse and legal dependents (children, step-children, ect). Taxes have nothing to do with any of it. "
Quoting ----&&:" You should move a few hours south then...and change employers. I'm sure its gone up now that they have ... [snip!] ... was 50 a month was the standard 80/20 with 500 deductible. So works for an insurance company and his is smurffy and expensive."
Quoting loser mom:" A family policy through my job is around $1100 - $1300 a month, depending on which deductible you ... [snip!] ... out a policy on my own... it's only 275 a month, but doesn't cover much and the deductible is still 7500. It's ridiculous. "
Quoting ----&&:" To cover my son as well it would have been almost 169 a month but that's cheap. The majority of their ... [snip!] ... though so they could easily afford to cover most of the cost for the full time employees. 1100 is super super steep omg."
Quoting loser mom:" I know. I have a couple co-workers that literally have nothing left to their paychecks after insurance and taxes. I'd take 169 dollars anyday! "