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adjective as in provable

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In 2017, tax dollars diverted into deductible voucher “donations” exceeded a billion dollars, providing “donors” with a dollar-for-dollar tax credits.

Using Carrum, there are no co-pays, deductibles or co-insurance.

For example, some insured patients who opt not to use their benefits and instead take the company’s discount might be annoyed to find out that their purchase didn’t count toward their health insurance plan’s deductible.

From Vox

She said she wants to hold off on accepting the money until her paperwork is filed so the donations can be tax-deductible.

Because that plan has a $6,000 deductible, however, Barber said she would look for something better during open enrollment, in consultation with the same navigator.

From Fortune

Bronze plans start at $191 a month, fully one-third more than the catastrophic plan, with a $6,000 deductible.

The change, by the way, removes deductible caps from certain plans small businesses can offer their employees.

The application of a deductible is often tied to whether the National Weather Service identifies the event as a hurricane.

Nonetheless, I still had to cough up $1,300 a month with a $5,000 deductible for the two of us.

Pre-Obamacare, a Carefirst plan with a $2,700 deductible would have cost me $111 a month, according to the ehealthinsurance site.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deductible, such as: certain, conclusive, confirmable, demonstrable, testable, and undoubtable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.