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ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY Medical ID Alert Bracelet with Embossed emblem from stainless steel. Style: Classic wide, premium series.

ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY Medical ID Alert Bracelet with Embossed emblem from stainless steel. Style: Classic wide, premium series.

  • Word: ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY is engraved on the front just right of the medical emblem.
    Back side of the bracelet plate features engraving: SEE WALLET CARD.
  • The Medical Id Plate 1-5/8″ x 7/8″ is made from non-allergic, rust free stainless steel, polished to a mirror finish and curved for wrist wear.
  • The Polished stainless steel Curb chain is 5 mm wide with a Lobster Clasp and is available for bracelets from 5.5″ to 9.5″ long in increments of 0.5″.
    If you need “Sister Hook Clasp” , please send us a message.
  • Traditional “deep grove” engraving using “Arial” font is easy to read and will provide protection for years to come.
  • A Free Medical Emergency wallet card comes with every item purchased.
    Free shipping in USA and Canada for each item.

Idtagsonline LLC is an online retailer of premium quality Medical ID Jewelry since 2003. We design and manufacture our own unique brand products. They are guaranteed to be rust free for life.

The Medical Id Tag features a PINK medical logo embossed on the left side of the plate to allow engraving of medical condition on the front. The bracelet tag is slightly curved for wrist wear.

Please measure the circumference of your wrist and add 0,5″ for comfort when ordering. For an example, if your wrist’s circumference is 7.0″, please order the bracelet as 7.5″.

Back side of the bracelet plate features engraving “See wallet card”. We provide Medical Emergency wallet card free of charge with every bracelet.

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Park City, Utah (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

Today, Zane Benefits, Inc. published new information on the medical insurance premium tax credit. Zane Benefits, which provides comprehensive and flexible alternatives to traditional employer sponsored health benefits, is the leader in defined contribution and health reimbursement arrangements.

According to Zane Benefits website, starting in 2014, individuals and families can take a new medical premium tax credit to help them afford health insurance coverage purchased through a state-based Health Insurance Marketplace. On May 18, 2012, the Treasury Department and the IRS issued final regulations which provide guidance for individuals who enroll in qualified health plans through Exchanges and claim the premium tax credit, and for Exchanges that make qualified health plans available to individuals and employers.

What are the eligibility requirements?


Household income must be between 100% and 400% of the federal poverty level (FPL).

Covered individuals must be enrolled in a qualified health plan through a Health Insurance Marketplace.

Covered individuals must be legally present in the United States and not incarcerated.

Covered individuals must not be eligible for other qualifying coverage, such as Medicare, Medicaid, or affordable employer-sponsored insurance.

How much is the tax credit?

According to Zane Benefits website, the credit amount is generally equal to the difference between the premium for the benchmark plan and the taxpayers expected contribution.

The expected contribution is a specified percentage of the taxpayers household income. The percentage increases as income increases, from 2% of income for families at 100% of the FPL to 9.5% of income for families at 400% of FPL. The benchmark plan is the second-lowest-cost plan that would cover the family at the silver level of coverage.

Are there any special rules?

According to Zane Benefits website, yes. The credit is advanceable (i.e. advance payments are made directly to the insurance company on the familys behalf). The advance payments are then reconciled against the amount of the familys actual premium tax credit, as calculated on the familys federal income tax return.

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About Zane Benefits

Zane Benefits was founded in 2006 to provide a revolutionized SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) administration platform (“ZaneHRA”) for Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) and defined contribution health care. The flagship software provides a 100% paperless administration experience to employers and insurance professionals that want to offer better health benefits without a traditional group health insurance plan at lower costs. For more information about ZaneHRA, visit http://www.zanebenefits.com.







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Health Insurance Premium Credits in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA)

Health Insurance Premium Credits in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA)

New federal tax credits were authorized in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA, P.L. 111-148, as amended), to help certain individuals pay for health insurance coverage, beginning in 2014.

ACA requires “American Health Benefit Exchanges” to be established in every state by January 1, 2014, either by the state itself or by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS). Exchanges will not be insurers, but will provide eligible individuals and small businesses with access to private health insurance plans. Generally, the plans offered through the exchanges will provide comprehensive coverage and meet all ACA market reforms, as applicable. One of the requirements that most exchange plans must meet is to provide a certain level of coverage generosity based on actuarial value. Each level of coverage generosity is designated according to a precious metal and corresponds to a specific actuarial value: Bronze (actuarial value of 60%), Silver (70%), Gold (80%), and Platinum (90%).

To make exchange coverage more affordable, certain individuals will receive premium assistance in the form of federal tax credits. The premium credit will be an advanceable, refundable tax credit, meaning taxpayers need not wait until the end of the tax year in order to benefit from the credit, and may claim the full credit amount even if they have little or no federal income tax liability. Although the premium credits will not be available until 2014, the illustrations provided in this report are based on current federal poverty levels, to reflect how the estimated premium credit amounts compare to current income levels.

Under ACA, the amount received in premium credits is based on income tax returns. These amounts are reconciled in the next year and can result in overpayment of premium credits if income increases, which must be repaid to the federal government. ACA limited the amount of required repayments. Since the enactment of ACA, these limits have been increased in order to raise revenues for other legislative initiatives (e.g., P.L. 111-309 and P.L. 112-9). Most recently, on June 7, 2012, the House passed H.R. 436, the Health Care Cost Reduction Act of 2012, which includes a measure that would remove all limits on repayment, making individuals fully liable for the full amount of any premium credit overpayment.

Relative affordability of health insurance premiums individuals and families might face within health insurance exchanges will likely vary from exchange to exchange based on a host of factors, including enrollees’ age, the varying prices paid by plans for medical goods and services, the breadth of the provider network, the provisions regarding how out-of-network care is paid for (or not), and the use of tools by the plan to reduce health care utilization (e.g., prior authorization for certain tests). Examples provided in the Appendix of this report depict a range by which premiums might reasonably be expected to vary based on enrollees’ age, and variation in medical costs across geographic areas, for purposes of illustration only. Actual premiums will likely vary among health insurance exchanges based on a wide range of factors other than those depicted in this report.

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Question by Creative License: Are we going to have to give our health histories to the insurance exchanges to determine premium?

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(PRWEB) June 11, 2012

Zane Benefits, which provides businesses with comprehensive and flexible health insurance alternatives, today published information about the benefits of Premium Only Plans (POPs).

Section 125 Premium Only Plans are a great way for small businesses to save on taxes. Section 125 of the IRS code allows small businesses to make a simple change to the companys payroll process that reduces employees’ taxable payroll. Every employees’ premium contribution through a premium only plan (POP) can be deducted from the overall taxable payroll amount.

Here are eight (8) benefits small businesses and employees can expect with a Premium only Plan (POP) plan:

(1) Lower Employer Taxes – Every small business owner needs to take advantage of every tax break they can find. By using a premium only plan (POP), small businesses immediately lower taxes, which means more cash. A reduction in payroll taxes can be quite significant for a small business.

(2) Lower Administrative Costs – Many group plans feature high administrative costs. With a premium only plan (POP), health benefits costs drop to just $ 6-12 per employee per month.

(3) Easy to Set-up – Setting up a premium only plan (POP) is simple and small businesses can administer it online via the payroll system.

(4) Happier Employees – When employees make more money, they end up happier. By offering employees the ability to use a premium only plan (POP), a small business is automatically putting more money into employees’ pockets. Small Businesses can use this to attract and retain quality employees.

(5) Lower Employee Taxes – In addition to lowering the businesses taxes, employees will also save income taxes with a premium only plan (POP). When they become a member of a premium only plan (POP), they will see a reduction in FICA, federal and state taxes.

(6) Lower Insurance Costs – For employees who may have trouble making contributions towards their health plan, a premium only plan (POP) plan can allow them to save money on their health plan through the benefits of lower taxes. Even though the premium amounts may be the same as a regular plan, the tax savings that they will experience can help make up the difference.

(7) Better Coverage – Even though a premium only plan (POP) offers many dollar benefits, it does not skimp on the health benefits. Employees will enjoy full health coverage from a company that they can trust.

(8) More Take-Home Pay – One of the most popular benefits of a premium only plan (POP) is the ability for employees to take-home more pay each month.

Learn more about Section 125 Premium Only Plans.


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About Zane Benefits, Inc.

Zane Benefits, Inc, a software company, helps insurance brokers, accountants, and employers take advantage of new defined contribution health benefits and private exchanges via its proprietary SaaS online health benefits software. Zane Benefits does not sell insurance. Using Zanes platform, insurance professionals and accountants offer their clients a defined contribution plan with multiple individual health insurance options via a private health exchange of their choice. Learn more at http://www.zanebenefits.com.





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More Than 3 Million People In California Will Be Eligible For Health Care Premium Tax Credits In 2014
In California, 3,473,000 people will be eligible for new tax cuts beginning in 2014 that will significantly reduce the cost of private health insurance for those individuals and families. The historic tax cut in the health reform law, which is estimated to reduce nationwide income taxes by more than $110 billion in 2014 alone, will be provided through tax credits to offset a portion of the cost …

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Many Americans get their health care through work. And usually about this time, employers, especially big companies, shop for medical insurance for next year’s benefits package. Many are finding that their premium rates will go up.

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