If I read the Nokia/UHC booklet correctly, if I don't want to change my medical benefits from my 2016 coverage to the 2017 program I do nothing.
Am I correct?
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- Joined: 20 Oct 2016, 12:32
That is my understanding However, if you have on line access its good to take a peek at the current costs of not making any changes. They are individual and not available in any booklet. You can go to http://resources.hewitt.com/nokia and look at your individual plan coverage and cost
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