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Worried about your retirement? You’re not alone. So, increasingly, is your employer. A new survey says America’s bosses are growing more concerned over their workers’ financial well-being and preparations for retirement.
The Olympic Games begin in Rio today – cue views of Copacabana Beach and Corcovado Mountain with its astonishing statue of Christ the Redeemer. Now switch scenes to a small town in rural England, to a meadow in Much Wenlock, and turn back the clock to 1850, for this is where it began – the… 709 more words
The above is the definition of “welfare.” I always thought the key words were “in need.”
In America today we seem to be expanding the definition of welfare although most people don’t recognize that fact. 694 more words
There is a movement to add a public option to the ACA, in fact that proposal is included in the Democratic 2016 platform. The idea is that somehow government is more efficient than the private sector and that profit is the driver of health insurance premiums. 872 more words
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Aetna Inc., facing more than $300 million in losses from Affordable Care Act health plans this year, may exit Obamacare markets in some states as challenges to the health-care overhaul pile up.
Politicians and pundits like to pontificate about the burden of health care costs and especially out-of-pocket costs. But is it a wide-spread problem? Not as much as you may think. 239 more words