Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 159
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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 159

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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
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YES, Cash/Plus pays you sooner...from 1st day ...pays longer than most, up to 25 months and in addition to any other hosoitalization you_h§ve...even Medicare! hospital expenses today. It certainly won't cover the increasing medical costs in the months and years ahead. And it was never intended to cover the extra bills and expenses that build up at home during those difficult times when a family member is hospitalized. It's to help meet these needs...to provide the cushion of extra cash, that NBF Life Insurance Corporation created the Cash/Plus Plan that pays you cash when you need it most... extra cash you can use any way you wish ... tax-free cash that you don't have to account for to anyone. Without extra cash to pay the extra bills, the extra expenses, you could leave the. hospital without the money to meet your regular household expenses ... with your savings wiped out... with debts you can't pay. A steady flow of extra cash paid from 1st day hi hospital But with extra cash benefits day after B 4 day, week after week, month after month paid by your Cash/Plus Plan, you can have a steady flow of extra cash to help meet your extra needs. Your extra cash benefits begin the very- first day -- there's no waiting period -and benefits are paid for as long as hospitalization continues, even -up to 25 months -- more than two full years -- for each new benefit period. PLUS: you get extra benefits for up to 30 days when you or a covered family member must be confined to the intensive care unit for more than 24 hours. And you're paid for the first 30 days of convalescent facility or nursing home confinement that begins within 7 days of a covered hospital stay of at least 3 days for the same condition. All at the same low premium! Your Cash/Plus Plan pays you directliy in addition to everything you receive from any other insurance company even Medicare. You're paid your full extra cash benefits even if other insurance pays all your medical expenses. All of your unmarried dependent children residing in your home may be included under this plan between the ages of 1 month and 19 years. Both you and your wife -- if neither has been hospitalized for sickness for more than a total of seven days in the past two years -- are eligible for coverage. There are no other qualifications! Generous Benefits at 65 and over paid in addition to Medicare If you're over 65, or when you become 65, because Medicare will pay many of your medical and hospital expenses, your Cash/Plus Plan will pay you $450 a month ($15 a day) for the first two months of a covered hospital confinement during a benefit period and then $750 a month ($25 a day) for the next 23 months. And you get up to $450 ($15 a day) extra benefits for up to 30 days when confined in an Intensive Care Unit for more than 24 hours. In addition, you get up to $450 ($15 a day) extra benefits for up to 30 days of convalescent facility or nursing home confinement that begins within 7 days of a covered hospital confinement of 3 days or more for the same condition. It's easy to enroll! Your policy will be issued to you on your application without the usual fuss or bother of investigations and other red tape. These few customary exclusions help keep your premiums low Conditions resulting from declared or undeclared war or act of war; mental illness or disorder or functional nervous disorder; confinement in a federal hos- PARADE · IDLY 16, 1972

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