Heads up from NEA member benefits.
GET THE BEST CREDIT CARD AROUND-the NEA WorldPoints[SM] Platinum Plus[R] Credit Card--with no annual fee, low Annual Percentage Rates, and a choice between travel, cash, and merchandise rewards! For more information about the costs and benefits associated with the use of the card or to apply, visit www.neamb.com/ worldpoints or call 1-888-758-7946 (mention priority code HV75.) TTY users call 1-800-833-6262.
NEA-Sponsored CDs and Money Market Accounts offer yields that have consistently been among the highest nationwide and FDIC insurance up to $100,000 per depositor. Minimum opening balances are $1,000 for certificates of deposit and $500 for money market accounts. To open an account, visit www.neamb.com/deposits or call 1-800-457-2258 (mention priority code JA0GK.) These accounts are offered and administered by MBNA America Bank, N.A. Member FDIC.
GET YOUR JUST DUE--NEA DUES-TAB Insurance, that is! Eligible NEA members qualify for no-cost life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance through the NEA DUES-TAB[R], Insurance Program, sponsored by the NEA Members Insurance Trust. Take a moment to register your beneficiary for this free benefit online at www.neamb .com/duestab.
Also review your options for term life insurance. Many of the plans have been improved to allow maximum flexibility for coverage amounts, age ranges, and health conditions. Spouses can now apply for coverage up to 100 percent of the member's benefit amount, and some plans--like the NEA Term Life Plan and the NEA Guaranteed Issue Life Plan--don't even require a medical exam!
For more information, visit the Web address above or call toll-free, 1-800-637-4636, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (or Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) ET.
THE NEA MEMBERS INSURANCE TRUST HAS $45 BILLION OF LIFE INSURANCE IN FORCE PROTECTING NEA MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES.
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|Title Annotation:||Resources; National Education Association|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2004|
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