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When It Comes to Long Term Care Policies, Comparing Prices Can Save You Some Green

These days, everyone is looking for the best deal. Whether it is shopping for a large purchase such as a home or car or something as simple as a kitchen appliance or new pair of shoes, we are always looking for a good deal. 63 more words


KentuckyHEALTH Update: March 2019

It’s been almost a year since we first talked about the KentuckyHEALTH program and the changes coming to Kentucky Medicaid. As of April 1, 2019 KentuckyHEALTH will take effect, we’ll discuss what has changed since last time and what to expect with the coming changes. 339 more words


New Health Plans Expose The Insured To More Risk

One health plan from a well-known insurer promises lower premiums but warns that consumers may need to file their own claims and negotiate over charges from hospitals and doctors. 1,317 more words

The Health Law

Long-Term Care Insurance Premium Deductibility Limits for 2019

Premiums for “qualified” long-term care insurance policies (explained in further detail below) are tax-deductible to the extent that they, along with other un reimbursed medical expenses (including Medicare premiums), exceed 7.5 percent* of the insured’s adjusted gross income.  46 more words

Long Term Care

Existing Barriers To Accessing Affordable Care In The Post ACA Era: The Impact of Barriers To Care on the Underinsured Accessing Affordable Health Care.


Barriers are a fact of life for most Americans. Since the inception of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, there have been stark political and public discussions about its success and failures. 143 more words

Analysis of FWD Premiums ($500k+) - SuperCoach

Published on SuperCoach HQ

A purely statistical insight into eight SuperCoach FWD premiums: Who stands out? Who should you avoid? Who possesses the most upside? 689 more words


Federal Shutdown Mostly Spares Health Coverage, But Other Issues Loom

As the partial government shutdown drags on, about 800,000 federal employees who work for the shuttered agencies — and their families — are facing the reality of life without a paycheck. 851 more words

Health Industry