Speed of PQ reimbursement?


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  • #685
    MATKATAMIBA
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    $3,000+ of PQ costs out of pocket can get kind of hard on the bank account. How long does RPSC Accounts Payable usually take to reimburse the expenses? Since my doctors require payment in advance for anything not covered by insurance, a long turn-around will require planning on my part. Thanks

    #7434
    thepooles98
    Keymaster

    I’m probably not much of a help. I always wait till I’m on the ice and have finance do the work for me. It takes a few weeks after that.

    #7435
    thepooles98
    Keymaster

    I might add that unless you have underlying health issues that pop up, the costs shouldn’t be much more than getting an annual physical. It’s the retests that kill you.
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    #7436
    MightyAtlas
    Moderator

    Damn, I’ve never paid more than $250 for my PQ exam. Reimbursement it typically within 30 days.

    Frankly, I like to file for reimbursement BEFORE I actually start work, otherwise you’re banished to WebTE hell…

    #7437
    skua77
    Keymaster

    Gee Atlas, why didn’t I do that! Good advice.

    #7438
    MATKATAMIBA
    Member

    Thanks, it shouldn’t be a problem then. I must have gotten the wrong idea about what’s normal and typical in tests for the over 50 crowd… stress tests, dental x-rays, etc. Still $250 seems a bit low, a normal yearly visit to my doctor so he can see for himself I’m still breathing costs that. 🙂

    #7439
    capnsteve
    Participant

    I send all my reimbursement in before I deploy. only takes a couple of weeks. As far as the amount goes my last stress test was $750. But the good thing is that you only need the stress test every 2 years.
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