How to get the most out of your health care account
Buckeye Health Care offers two tiers of healthcare coverage: Bronze and Gold.
Bronze offers up to $2,000 in annual subsidies to help pay for out-of-pocket expenses, but if you’re over age 70, you’ll need to take out a government loan to get your benefits paid.
Gold memberships can get you more coverage for the same amount, but are much more expensive, averaging $7,500 per year.
If you’re looking for the best of both worlds, then the Bronze plan comes with the lowest out-year cost of all the plans, at $3,300.
It also includes an early-termination clause if you leave the plan before you hit the limit of health benefits, so you can pay your first month of premium off if you want to.
Buckeyes Gold plan also comes with a 15-year deductible, which can be more than double what the Silver plan does.
However, the Gold plan offers no deductibles for co-pays or coinsurance, and no co-pay waivers for Medicare Part D. The Silver plan is the best in terms of benefits, and also comes without a deductible.
But it’s also the most expensive.
We found Buckey’s Gold plan to be the most affordable, at only $5,000 per year for an individual plan.
That’s the lowest of the three Bronze plans we tested, which averaged $7 and $8, respectively.
The Gold plan comes only with a 3.75 percent Medicare surcharge, but the surcharge is waived for those over age 65.
The silver plan has no surcharge at all, but its co-payment is also waived for anyone age 65 and over.
The gold plan also has a $5 per-person co-deductible for everyone over age 50, but that is waived if you live in an area with no co, which is a bit of a problem in New York City.
Overall, the Bronze and Silver plans offered by Buckeys Health Care are among the best we’ve found for the money.
Buckers Gold plan is also one of the most flexible plans, meaning you can switch to a different plan if you need a new plan, or if you don’t like the Bronze or Silver plans.
Buchas Gold plan can be switched to either the Gold or Silver plan at any time, which means that if you move, you can easily switch back to the Gold and Silver plan if your current plan is cancelled.
But you have to buy another plan from Buchers in order to switch back, which could take up to a month.
BuCkeys Gold plan has a 15% surcharge on out- of-pocket costs, and a 2.5% surtax on Medicare Part B premiums.
This surcharge applies to any out-doored premiums you pay, and if you are over age 60 and a member of the military, the surtax applies to your military insurance as well.
The Platinum plan also offers a 15 percent surcharge and a 1.5 percent surtax, which applies to out-pocket health costs for anyone over age 62.
This cost is waived by the federal government if you have Medicare, so it’s a great option if you plan to retire later and want to be able to keep your health benefits.
However you purchase your plan, Buchits Gold plan only offers a 10% deductible, meaning it’s only $1,200 cheaper than the Silver and Bronze plans.
The most expensive plan we tested was the Platinum Gold plan, which had a $6,000 deductible, $1.4 million deductible, and $2.4 billion out-month premium.
Bucha’s Gold health plan was also the second-cheapest of the Bronze plans, with an out-dollar deductible of only $3.5 million.
But the Gold plans cost $6.4 per person per month, while the Silver plans cost just $3 per person for a total of $12.3 per month.
The cost of the Silver Plan is much more affordable.
But Buchs Gold health insurance plan is more expensive.
The plan comes as a $10,000 annual fee, which we found to be a bit too expensive for the coverage we tested.
We also found the plan to require you to pay your own premiums, and to have a catastrophic coverage exclusion of $10 million per individual, and up to two survivors.
If your family is not in a single-parent family, or a married couple, the exclusion will apply, meaning that you’ll be charged $12,000 a year for coverage that would cost you a total amount of $19,000.
The other option is to get a premium subsidy that comes with no deductible, so that if your family size is greater than four, you could afford to pay a bit more for coverage.
This subsidy is only available to Gold and Platinum plans, and it only applies to enrollees over age 55.
It’s worth noting