Oct 272012

It is the Company’s position on split families (where either the retiree or spouse is Medicare eligible and the other is not),that if the retiree is the one that is Medicare eligible they will pay the $10.00 and the spouse, if not Medicare eligible, would be charged $146.25 (the difference between single coverage at $75.00 and the +1 category at $216.00 since they are not the primary plan participant. On the other hand, if the situation is reversed and the spouse is the Medicare eligible person and the retiree is not Medicare eligible, the retiree would be charged the single rate of $75.00 and the spouse would pay the $10.00 premium for Medicare eligible.

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