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  • Army Wife....read my profile and my question again. I did conceive triplet daughters whom I lost in May tragically to premature birth. I am young and can very much afford IVF again in the future. I am optomistic with my situation and have 2 frozen embryos waiting on me. Do you have multiples? Have you been through IVF? You didn't answer my question.
  • I am so sorry to hear of your loss! We were fortunate to be blessed with our IVF twins on our first cycle. There were 6 unsuccessful IUIs before IVF so it was still a long road, but worth it in the end. I live in Massachusetts and our state mandates that insurance provide coverage for fertility diagnosis and treatment. We had everything covered with the exception of our co-pays for treatments and prescriptions. Currently 15 states in the US mandate some sort of fertility coverage. You can refer to the Resolve Website for info on the states that require coverage . http://www.resolve.org/site/PageServer?p...I also recommend that you contact Fertility Life lines - they have a free hotline that you can call and have someone help you to better understand your coverage and to do an analysis for you. They were great - gave them my policy info and they researched it, got me all of the info on what was and was not covered and explained it to me. They also have information on prescription programs. http://www.fertilitylifelines.com/If you cannot find insurance coverage here are some other suggestions: 1) Start with the RE - most doctors have a team that can help you with finding ways to pay for your treatment - they are amazing at figuring out your insurance benefits, coming up payment plans and may even be able to recommend medical studies / clinical trials that you may be able to participate in. 2) Grants -there are groups out there that fund raise for fertility treatments - you need to apply and cross your fingers. 3) Loans - banks and credit card companies (my friend used Capital One) offer fertility loans with fair interest rates and payment plans. Maybe see if you can borrow from a family member. 4) Serious budgeting - I also know couples who have taken part time / seasonal jobs to save up for treatments, sold things on ebay etc . . . 5) Move to one of the 15 states that do mandate coverage or just find a job in a neighboring state if they offer coverage. 6) See if your employer as a flex spending account - you can set aside money tax free for medical things - everything from IVF to prescriptions to eye glasses etc . . . Here is a great link for you: http://www.nobabyonboard.com/options.htm...Best wishes to you!
  • I am so terribly sorry for your terrible loss. I cannot imagine. I've gone through four IVF rounds (#2 ended in an ectopic, #4 in a m/c). We have to pay out of pocket. With our first cycle, we got a Capitol One loan. If the first cycle fails, my clinic dropped the costs $1000 dollars and we just dug deep in our pockets to pay for that one. For the third cycle, we used our tax return money. Save all of your receipts! You can write off your IVF expenses and may get a nice chunk of change back. We did! For the fourth cycle I did ask if anyone donated meds and I did get some that saved us about $700. We just budgeted and dug deep in our pockets again to pay. Now I have 6 totsicles and will be doing a frozen embryo transfer (FET) soon. I have all the estrace I need for that leftover from my cycles so we will only have to pay for the FET cycle. It is not that expensive and it’s been 8 months since my last cycle so we’ve since got another tax return and will use that. Are you doing a FET next? Know that the costs are much less expensive doing a FET than doing a fresh cycle. Integra Med also offers loans http://www.integramed.com/inmdweb/conten...Know that many clinics do have payment plans and do have some very knowledgeable staff that can help you find what your insurance will cover. There is a program called “Shared Risks” where you pay a fixed fee and get 2-3 IVF cycles and if you do not succeed within that time you will get a refund. http://sharedriskivf.com/ETA: I know just what you mean when planning for the future. It took us four cycles to get 6 totsicles in hopes I have a child and then possible siblings. We will be doing a FET next as well! Sending positive thoughts!
  • you shouldnt get IVF if paying for it is a problem. you could end up with multiples...wich are alot more expensive than IVF.
  • but instead engage in name calling. Like saying Conservatives oppose it because Obama's black, or that we dont care about the poor or only want to help insurance companys. Why dont Liberals ever address the fact that its unconsitutional, make no economic sence and that Conservative are completely in favor of making healthcare affordable and even accessable to the indigent without violating the Constitution ( Like allowing insurance companys to compete across state lines, giving tax credit and taxfree saving accounts), Limiting non economic damage award in malpractise. , and that the Liberal way (that gave us HMO's) is what got us in this mess in the first place.
  • Guess what, little wisemanc... Lawgirl is correct in saying that there is no national health care. In other words, the 1300 for-profit greed-driven insurance companies are still in existence---no government takeover, but there is now some fair-play rules in effect that prevent them from behaving badly or in bad faith towards the American consumers. The Affordable Care Act of 2009 is available for reading should you care to so avail yourself, and so is the "Fix It" supplemental legislation that came immediately after the health care and insurance reforms were passed. Republicans are selling you a line of bull with their corporate-colluding "limited malpractice awards" (note the second "c" in practice), because they put CAPS on damages that consumers can recover that favor the fatcat greedy-gut insurers over the injured-through-malfeasance or malpractice consumers. This is what was done to the big-oil companies by the totalitarian Republicans---caps on damage suits that were set at a measly $75,000,000 while simultaneously DEREGULATING so that accidents were CERTAIN TO OCCUR (BP being a prime example). How is a mere $75 MILLION supposed to compensate the people and businesses along our southern borders or the families of the eleven men murdered??? Don't buy every line of elephant-dung bull that you are fed by Faux "news" and its advertisers, or you run the risk of being duped. There is nothing that is unconstitutional about the Affordable Health Care Act of 2009. See recovery.gov or cnn.com/healthcare for details. The mandatory coverage duplicates Republican former-Governor Mitt Romney's plan in place for Massachusetts (established law). So...what do you think about the provision in the fix-it addendum law that allows students to make DIRECT LOANS from the Department of Education instead of having to use high-interest banks as middlemen? This will save college students MILLIONS over the years and lower the costs of higher education! Are you in favor of lowering college costs or not?
  • "its unconsitutional" The Constitution is vague. The Founding Fathers made it vague on purpose because the idea of a new constitution to replace the Articles of Confederation was not universally popular. They want to get as many people as possible to vote for ratification so they wrote the Constitution so it could mean everything to everyone. Really though, it was an attempt to strengthen the central government. So universal health care is arguably constitutional, it's arguably unconstitutional. If you could go back and ask the founding fathers, they would all have different opinions. Thomas Pain for example would certainly be in favor of it as he was basically a socialist before the word socialist was in vogue. Read his book Agrarian Justice. Anyway, when it doubt, why not take the side that gives people health care? Besides, even if all the founding fathers would be opposed, so what? They also supported slavery. Just because they thought something, didn't make it right. "make no economic sence" It makes economic sense is every other industrialized democracy. It works just fine there. Yes, there are problems but there are problems with our system too. Their systems have less problems, people aren't driven to bankruptcy. "Like allowing insurance companys to compete across state lines" This is a horrible plan. It will lead to every insurance company moving to the state with the lowest standards. Then everyone will just have cheap horrible health care with a high deductible and we will still have the problems of people not being able to afford treatment and people getting dropped. "giving tax credit" This plan just seems stupid to me. You're against the government just giving people health care but you're for the government paying for people's health care from a private company? Either way, the government is still paying only under your plan, there are insurance company middlemen. I agree with your suggestion about tort reform. Tort reform is good but it's not going to solve health care problems because they have done it in Texas and health care isn't particularly cheap in Texas.
  • I've spoken to many of those comical suggestions many times? insurance companies across state lines would help some, but how much? little overall... the cheap insurance in some states is merely cheap because it is very low quality and the state allows low quality... these people will just be wards of the state as soon as they learn their insurance doesn't pay, because it doesn't cover anything... tax credits is just funding it throught the taxpayers too? except at comically high prices? if anything it will cause costs to skyrocket, as people have more to spend... it's like Obama care without the cost restrictions...lol and how many people can really save enough to cover major medical issues? particularly young people? lol... none of the lower 90 percent... and limits on malpractice haven't worked in Texas or Missouri... no reason to think they would work elsewhere... in short... you have a pile of failed ideas...that at best, may lower costs by 5 percent total... which would be made up in the next year's increases... in other words, buy us one year, while destroying malpractice and many decent insurance companies... you can say it's unConstitutional... and maybe it is? but the simple fact is... our system is broken and will collapse in the next 20 years... and nothing you mention buys anything more than a year or two... got any real solutions?
  • dude, you hate blacks and the poor. difference is, poor whites are dumb enough to believe the lie you tell em. What's more important to you giving access to health care to the poor, and uninsured or upholding your fictional version of a non-existant Constitution? Democrats come down in favor of the weak, Reichwingers like you side with Big Corp and billionaires exporting jobs to China.
  • They won't and can't answer simple, point blank questions about Obama, I asked for them to show me where Obama gave 95% of Americans a tax break, when the tax brackets have been the same before Obama, as they are today, I know he give us a tax loan of $13 a week, but it's still the same tax, the only difference is, if you normally get a $1000 refund check at the end of the year, you will only get $324 now, because you got the other $676 during the year at $13 a week````````````````````````````````````...
  • Well, it's kind of hard to answer questions based on a lie. There is no national health care.
  • Affordible to who? Can you assure the country that your system will be affordable to 100% of Americans who want it? How will you guarantee that? What if it is not affordable, even to one American? Is it OK to let that person die becuase they are too poor to afford healthcare?
  • I don't know bro - you should ask that suit Mitt Romney - since it's modeled after his dealio bro.
  • The new system is a hybrid, neither universal or private.
  • Do you have a question on National Healthcare?
  • I am considering buying a multi unit home for the first time in the MA. I am 21, I have good credit, a decent amount for down payment and closing costs, and a full time job that pays 17.00 an hour which is about 35,360 a year. What I'm looking to do is buy a 2 or 3 apartment house, rent 2 units and have one for myself. That way I could have the tenants pay the mortgage. know house values are going down but my question is: Is it worth buying a house for what I intend to do? Is it a good idea or bad? I plan on buying a few houses. I would really like some advice. Thank you
  • You don't make enough money to qualify for a loan on a 2 or 3 family, unless you have a huge chunk of money to put down, like 50%. In the beginning, multi-units don't pay for themselves. You still have lots of repairs, maintenance, lost rent, vacancies, taxes, insurance, etc. You don't live rent free, it doesn't work that way until you have the mortgage paid off. Your idea is a good one, but you have to be realistic about the costs involved in owning property.
  • It may be a good idea (then again, it may not). Before assuming that the rent you charge will pay the mortgage, you need to determine what area rentals are going for. For example, if rents in similar housing is $500 a month, you buy a three unit and the mortgage is $1,500 a month, you will come up either $500 short at market value, or have units sitting empty at $750 a month. Plus, you need to add in maintenance costs, utilities if covered, etc. You also need to be able to qualify for a mortgage to cover the cost - $35,000 a year, that pretty much means a max mortgage of $105,000 (do multi-families in your area sell for say $115,000 or below?). Also, you need two steady years of employment to qualify.
  • As of right now, you do not have the income to support buying these properties. Banks DO NOT use potential rental income in determining if you can buy investment properties or not. Right now you would only be able to afford a $100,000 loan.
  • I am considering buying a multi-unit home for the first time in the MA. I am 21, I have good credit, a decent amount for down payment and closing costs, and a full time job that pays 17.00 an hour which is about 35,360 a year. I have about 25,000 saved up for down payment and closing costs. What I'm looking to do is buy a 2 or 3 apartment house, rent 2 units and have one for myself. That way I could have the tenants pay the mortgage. know house values are going down but my question is: Is it worth buying a house for what I intend to do? Is it a good idea or bad? I plan on buying a few houses. I would really like some advice. Thanks
  • Great idea. Problem is, with your income, you qualify for a loan of about $100K, and it will be tough to find the type of unit you want at that cost ($125 - $25 down and $100 borrowed).
  • I really want to go to Berklee school of music but I really have absolutely no money whatsoever or anyone who can help... I am a native New Yorker in my mid 20's and have literally been drifting around world since I have been 18. I now have a wife and daughter who I am trying to get back over here in the states and am trying to settle down. I just came back in the country pretty much with nothing except the clothes on my back and have been working up from the bottom for the last few months. I am now living in New York city. After paying my rent and whatever else, and taking care of my family I have no money left over and am really struggling. I am actually still unemployed and have sort of been freelancing since ive been back in the US just to make ends meat which sometimes even barely happens. Ive never even filed taxes in my life. My family is broke to and has no means of helping whatsoever. My parents credit score is also pretty bad. Since I was 14 I wanted to go to Berklee school of music. I play a bunch of stuff but mostly my instruments are Drums and synthesizer/programming/digital composition... I want to know if it is possible for someone like myself who is really absolutely broke to go to Berklee just off of student loans, pel grants and whatever else. I would be going full time, dual major if possible, so I wouldn't be able to work so much also I have my family to look after as well. I wouldnt be staying in the dorms either because its not possible for me. What can I do? There are just so many expenses. Is it possible as well to get financial aid towards paying for an apartment in Boston? Ive heard of it. Please, if there is anybody who has been in my position please tell me how you did it. Being the artists that we are, im sure there are other people like me who choose to lead a life different from the typical norms of society and finally decided, hey I want to go to Berklee, its time! ??? I just wasn't ready when I was younger. The only reason I would even consider college would be for my love of music, so Berklee is my first choice and maybe last as well. Please let me know, Thank you
  • Berklee's cost of attendance is $57,060 a year. http://www.berklee.edu/financial-aid/cos...So even if you are low income, you would never get enough aid to cover the entire Cost of Attendance at this school. But think about it in a positive light, you are NOW living the life you would have with a degree in MUSIC (poor, unemployed, practically homeless with no hope of owning anything, starving artist)... just right NOW you don't have any student loan debt!!! Be practical with your career choice and find a school you can afford. You can attend many schools for well under what you can get in federal aid, and this school certainly isn't one of them. These folks certainly aren't computer geeks. *A mandatory Laptop is $2,985 + 6.25% Massachusetts sales tax. That is hysterical since you can now get one down the street for less than 500. I'm SURE you have to buy it from them!!! Bahahahahha
  • You're somebodys father. I think that should be #1 on your priority list. I went to Berklee for 2 years and I didn't get famous. I would ONLY recommend Berklee to someone that wants to do music ed or music therapy or production and engineering. If you want to just PLAY, forget about it. It's a lot of money for music lessons. You can't leave with a degree and go up to Carnegie Hall and say "Look what I have. Book us a gig because I went to Berklee." I think the # of people that don't stay for 4 years is close to 50%. Out of all the people I met there less than 6 graduated. One of them is a teacher, one joined the military, one works at a liquor store, etc. I am a truck driver. I play on weekends but I don't get more gigs because I went there. I went from 2000 to 2002 and wish I never did. My parents and I will be paying for it for a long time. Go get a job!
  • These days you can learn how to play guitar over the internet. Check out Mark McKenzie's guitar video lessons here: http://www.jamoramaguitar.com The videos are very easy to follow and to my surprise extremely helpful even for advanced guitar players. For beginners I would have to say this is a gold mine. I was able to improve my skills in just under 4 weeks and I am an intermediate-to-advanced guitar player; I've been playing guitar for the past 6 years and I was on stage with my band a lot of times. I live in New York City, I wanted to go to a pro guitar teacher but that would have cost me over $1400 per month. Good thing with this internet, $1400 it's a lot of money for me. Good luck!
  • On your current income it would be impossible. The best thing to do would be talk to an admissions advisor, see when the world scholarship tour is coming to your city or go audition in Boston. Amaze them and convince them that you are extraordinary at what you do and then see if you get a scholarship or ideally the presidential scholarship. If you do get some money, then you can decide what to do next, but if not it would be best to look into other schools or options.
  • So, you've been roaming around the world, and picked up a wife and kids, and you're broke, and now you want to attend Berklee free, to learn how to strum a guitar the rest of your life. I suggest you man up to your responsibilities and start thinking like an adult.
  • Sorry but what Doc Martin said....
  • Yes I agree with what has been said
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