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Old 07-08-2005, 09:50 AM   #16
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My company supports my no-dating-at-all lifestyle. But then again, I am self-employed...

That boss of mine, he's such a free thinker...
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I'm not really sure...I work for a college under work-study so I'm not paid a salary and not elligible for benefits (though I work 40+ hrs). I suppose I could ask....
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Old 07-08-2005, 11:03 AM   #18
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Yes, my company supports partner benefits. Sadly, I am without a partner.
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Old 07-08-2005, 11:51 AM   #19
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I dont get any benefits
Aww, Sicy, tell me that's not true.


Does my work support my lifestyle? Well lately, no. Damn Vertigo Tour.
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i understand some "fish" can have healing qualities

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I dont get any benefits
and Zoey
recieves the same: no benefits.
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I have no idea. I'm single so I never really looked into family or dependent benefits (as they have to co-pay more than me).
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Old 07-09-2005, 01:15 PM   #22
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Aww, Sicy, tell me that's not true.
I work in a very small law firm, there is just two of us so we really dont get benefits. They give me $34 a month towards my premium, but my payments are $170 so its really not much. There are a lot of other perks at my job though, and I love my boss she is the best person in the world so I'm happy to be working there.
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I work in a very small law firm, there is just two of us so we really dont get benefits. They give me $34 a month towards my premium, but my payments are $170 so its really not much. There are a lot of other perks at my job though, and I love my boss she is the best person in the world so I'm happy to be working there.
Sicy, I have very good insurance coverage (which includes vision, as well as health) through National Association For the Self Employed for around $125 a month. I'm self-employed, but I don't think you have to be to get insurance through them.

The website is

www.nase.org
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Thanks for the link.

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Thanks for the link.

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You're welcome. You have to have a membership to NASE, but that's only $8 for the basic membership.
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Old 07-09-2005, 03:13 PM   #26
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Thanks I've requested a quote.
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There are a lot of other perks at my job though, and I love my boss she is the best person in the world so I'm happy to be working there.
Oh okay, that's good to know.
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We get off at noon every Friday, and we get one free day off per month which she usually puts with holidays or 3 day weekends so its like I get mini vacations all the time. Not to mention I work about 4 blocks away from home, and my boss is like a second mom to me. Always there when I have problems and always offering advice.. she's awesome. I can also sit on the internet all day..
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Re: Does your work support your lifestyle?

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I'm curious to know if the company that you work for, recognizes your partner?
Mine does. I believe that this is great.
My company does as well.

Many national corporations provide a system for adding your partner to the benefits plan.
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.....it's only a matter of time before this question is ever asked again.
...and then we will look at this period in time as we now see the 60's....
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