Health

Switching to a Catastrophic Health Plan to Supplement Your Savings and Propel Your Investments

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Choosing the health plan that is best for you and your loved ones is a decision that deserves some undivided attention. While most Americans are used to having traditional health insurance coverage (with up front office visit and prescription benefits), many are turning to catastrophic-only health plans to open up their budget. For some people, […]

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Obama’s 2013 Budget Review – Tax Cuts, Job Stimulus and Small Business Credits

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The Treasury recently released their Greenbook on President Obama’s 2013 budget proposal. The Greenbook explains the Administration’s revenue proposals included in the budget that seek to boost near-term growth; provide permanent middle-class tax relief; encourage onshore investments in manufacturing and insourced jobs; cut taxes for small businesses; add balance to deficit reduction by asking the […]

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Health Care Plans: 10 Tips on Choosing the Right Option

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It’s that time of the year again when your choice of health care insurance plans comes to the fore – Open Enrollment (OE). During OE you can change your health care coverage and flexible spending allowances for the year ahead without penalty or a qualifying”life-event”. With health insurance premiums on the rise (8% this year), […]

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