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What makes Checkbook the best FEHB Plan Comparison Tool?

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Personalized Cost Estimates See total cost comparisons (premium + out-of-pocket expenses)

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Risk Estimates Compare costs if you have a high-expense year

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Quality Comparison Member ratings and disputed claims

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Compare Plans See up to four plans side-by-side

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All-Plan Doctor Directory See which plans your doctor accepts (DC area only)


Expert Support Send questions directly to our plan experts


Award Winning Design Winner of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 2015 Plan Choice Challenge


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Save time Find a plan in minutes, and see plan costs instantly


Undeniable Experience Proud providers of federal employee health plan analysis for 38 years!

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FEHB Retirees & AnnuitantsCompare plan options and costs under Medicare


FEDVIP Comparisons Compare standalone dental and vision plans

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" The Checkbook tool is, far and away, the best and perhaps only way to make sense out of all the health plan options for feds. It makes it easy to compare all the choices. I highly recommend it. It has saved me hundreds of dollars over the last couple years."


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