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originally posted by: Dem0nc1eaner
so what the hell is your government doing with all that cash?!?
originally posted by: Irishhaf
Our health care sucks and its not getting better, but I do not want the govt running our health care system either. 22 veterans a day committing suicide shows they cant even manage to handle 22 million people how in the F am I supposed to think they can manage 300 million more.
ETA no I do not have an answer..
political hero's may need a mental health check-up, but it may cost you your entire life-savings, so buckle-up.
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The first shift upwards in Age Pension age took place in July 2017 when the Age Pension eligibility age increased to 65.5 years, and then in six-month increments every 2 years, until it reaches the age of 67 years from 1 July 2023.
From July 2019, Age Pension age increases to at least age 66 years (subject to your date of birth).
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The doctor suggested a single stool-sample, so we agreed, but only before we knew what it would any of the costs. Doctor said don’t worry it’s around $50.
A week later we received a bill for $1295.00 for 6 separate tests on a stool-sample, the average cost for a bacterial stool sample, in our area, was about $40-$80. Even at $100 the cost shouldn’t have been over $600. We called the doctor she blamed the lab, the lab blamed her, and we threatened legal action because it was way over the national average, and we didn’t authorize 6 tests