Sep 4, 2018
Isnt LD already a Mod?
Are you seeing interest in the MSA product in your markets?
Why in hell do you care troll?
Find a door.
Interesting the heat I've taken recently for suggesting to an agent than an MSA would be a valid option to present to a client.
I just came up with another MSA question.
It looks like one cannot use HSA funds to pay premiums for a medigap plan, but can use them to pay premiums for a Medicare Advantage plan. Is an MSA a type of Medicare Advantage plan which is eligible for using HSA funds to pay its premiums? If so, that might be another selling point for it for some potential clients.
MSA plans do not have premiums.
Here is the link, in case you'd like verify.
Looks like you're the one that found the door!!!
Idiotic question from the idiot non licensed resident consumer. No, u can not use to pay premiums of MA or medigap. The zero dollar premium must make it a brain twister for you.
I can't see you!
but if I could see you, you'd be wrong.
Hiding people, then "checking" on what they write (because of your obsessions), is a little strange.
Separate names with a comma.