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Cluelass

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  1. Thanks for all the suggestions! I had gotten to the point that I knew I'd need a combination of Excel and EN, but the specifics that both CCostan and Analyst444 provided will really help to make sure I capture everything I need to have. Wish me luck!!
  2. Those were my thoughts as well. However, I know that there will be a time lag between my receiving the service and/or bill and the payment. And then I have to keep track of how much has applied to the deductible and which items were paid 100% because they were considered preventative. Our plan has a three-tier payment system: first the deductible, then a copy to a ceiling amount, then 100% covered by insurance - so I have to keep track of several variables and totals. It's very confusing to do this in Excel (I've already tried it) so I was wondering if there were some tips that would make Evernote a good resource for this.
  3. We are switching to a high deductible health insurance plan starting in Jan 2013. I've looked all over the internet hoping to find that someone has created a good system for keeping track of everything in one place but haven't been able to find anything. I'm wondering if there is anyone using Evernote for this. If not, I think it would be a great idea to develop some guidelines for this subject. I know that many companies are moving towards these plans as healthcare costs continue to rise, so it's definitely something we'll be needing in the future. Thanks for any help you might be able to give me!!
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