As clients' health costs rise, financial advisers scramble to become Medicare

As clients' health costs rise, financial advisers scramble to become Medicare
Needs that the original government program doesn't cover include routine dental care, dentures, hearing aids, and—the biggie—long-term care. What's more … What's more, there's evidence that many consumers aren't doing enough comparison-shopping.
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John Major calls for energy companies to be penalised
Major feels that a windfall tax would address this, and would aid the government in its fight to protect UK consumers this winter. Crisis. Major criticised Ed Miliband's … “At the moment I do not see how it can be in any way acceptable that with …
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Builders of Obama's health website saw red flags
The online system was envisioned as a simple way for people without health insurance to comparison-shop among competing plans offered in their state, pick their preferred level of coverage and cost and sign up. For many, it's not worked out that way so …
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