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AcronymDefinition
DEDDedicated
DEDDepartment of Economic Development
DEDDeductible
DEDDeutscher Entwicklungsdienst (German: German Development Service)
DEDData Element Dictionary
DEDDepartment of Education
DEDDeduct
DEDDeath Effector Domain (cell apoptosis)
DEDDutch Elm Disease
DEDDog Eat Dog (band)
DEDDeferred Enforced Departure (US DHS)
DEDDistrict Electoral Division
DEdDoctor of Education
DEDDeputy Executive Director
DEDDiesel Engine Driven
DEDDark Emitting Diode :-)
DEdDiploma in Education
DEDDetail Engineering Design (various organizations)
DEDDouble Error Detection
DEDDesign Engineering Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
DEDDragging Equipment Detector (railroad defects)
DEDData Entry Display
DEDData Element Definition
DEDDraft Environmental Document
DEDDisability Evaluation Division
DEDData Element Description
DEDDust Eater Dogs (band)
DEDData Edits
DEDDirective Enforcement Department (gaming; Eve-Online)
DEDDoctor of Economic Development (professional degree; New Mexico State University)
DEDDoomsday Engine Definitions (gaming)
DEDDirt Every Day (off road driving)
DEDData Extraction Device
DEDDocument Effective Date
DEDDemonstration Execution Document (military new equipment/service)
DEDDIS End of Day
DEDDefense Energy Department
DEDDesign Engineering Difficulty
DEDDefect Equipment Detector (railroad)
DEDDynamic Entity Database
DEDDamage Engineering Disposition (US Navy)
DEDDouble-Entry-Draft (writing format)
DEDDépannage Entretien a Domicile (French: Home Maintenance Troubleshooting)
DEDDivision des Etudes Doctorales (French: Doctoral Studies Division)
DEDDistribution Équipement Dépannage (French: Distribution Equipment Troubleshooting)
DEDDisability Equality Duty (UK)
DEDDécoupage Emboutissage du Dauphiné (French: Cutting Stamping Dauphine)
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The property deductibles section of the policy states that no deductible applies to business income and extra expense coverage.
Since 2010," wrote the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) on September 22, "both the share of workers with deductibles and the size of those deductibles have increased sharply.
The analysts gave the deductible structure information in spreadsheet columns with headings such as "In Net Work Medical Deductible - Individual - Has Multiple Tiers?
About half (51 percent) of households have enough liquid assets to cover a higher-range annual deductible of $2,500 for an individual or $5,000 for a family.
Applying hurricane deductibles is not the only deductible issue.
The court noted, however, that "[o]ther costs ordinarily incurred by masts, such as fees paid to trustees, expenses associated with judicial accountings, and the costs of preparing and filing fiduciary income tax returns, are not ordinarily incurred by individual taxpayers, and they would be fully deductible under the exception created by [section] 67(e)" Id.
The short answer is that not all deductible provisions are the same.
The rules on who can contribute and how much to deductible and Roth IRAs can be found in IRS Publication 590 at www.
After the deductible is met, traditional insurance kicks in, usually with employees picking up 10-20 percent of the costs until the out-of-pocket maximum is reached.
Without risk equalization, the premium rebate for a deductible does not only reflect cost sharing, a reduction in moral hazard, and a reduction in administration costs, but also the effect of adverse selection by insured.
Because of the higher deductibles, the savings plans also can encourage many lower-income and middle-class patients to put off health care at the beginning of an illness, which can lead to more costly care later on.