Life Insurance For Your Grandchildren

Life Insurance For Your Grandchildren

So as many Baby Boomer parents help their children and save for their own retirement, grandparents are saving and planning for their grandchildren’s college education with life insurance

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A 30-Minute Exercising Routine Can Cut Heart Failure Risk By 50%

A 30-Minute Exercising Routine Can Cut Heart Failure Risk By 50%

A recent study reported in the American Heart Association journal Circulation: Heart Failure, researchers say more than an hour of moderate or half an hour of vigorous exercise per day may lower your risk of heart failure by 46 percent. Heart failure is a common, disabling disease that accounts for about 2 percent of total healthcare costs in industrialized countries. The risk of death within five years of diagnosis is 30 percent to 50 percent,…

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Life Insurance Advice for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Patients

Life Insurance Advice for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Patients

Multiple sclerosis does not have to warrant a unwanted decline for life insurance.

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What You Should Know About Children’s Life Insurance

What You Should Know About Children’s Life Insurance

If there is strong evidence of neglect and this type of conduct that caused the death of the insured, the company can deny to pay the beneficiary.

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Texting And Driving Putting America’s Highways In Peril

Texting And Driving Putting America’s Highways In Peril

Recent research reminds us that tragedy can strike with frightening regularity out on the highway – and lots of stories focus on increasingly careless drivers using mobile devices. In fact, a recent study appearing in the American Journal of Public Health revealed that fatalities connected to distracted driving increased nearly 30 percent between 2005 and 2008. Why the spike over that period of time?  It just so happens those years coincide with the rapid growth and popularity of…

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More Cancer Survivors Are Getting Life Insurance

More Cancer Survivors Are Getting Life Insurance

And life insurance is available for cancer survivors as it was not possible many years ago.

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CBO Says Families Would Be Hit Hard By New Republican ACHA Plan

CBO Says Families Would Be Hit Hard By New Republican ACHA Plan

Families To Pay Price If Maternity Care Coverage Is Cut By GOP Christie Popp, who is pregnant with her third child, is hoping hard that the maternity coverage she has through the Affordable Care Act doesn’t go away. That coverage is written into the health law as a requirement for every plan sold on the individual market. But that could change if Republicans get their way to repeal the ACA and remake health care. Popp…

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When Skinny Isn’t All Good News – Senators Nix Skinny Repeal of Healthcare Law

When Skinny Isn’t All Good News – Senators Nix Skinny Repeal of Healthcare Law

Betting that thin is in — and might be the only way forward — Senate Republicans are eyeing a “skinny repeal” that rolls back an unpopular portion of the federal health law. But experts warn that the idea has been tried before, and with little success. Senators are reportedly considering a narrow bill that would eliminate the Affordable Care Act’s “individual mandate,” which assesses a tax on Americans who don’t have insurance, along with penalties…

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What Can Trump Do To Medicaid Without Congressional Support

What Can Trump Do To Medicaid Without Congressional Support

After the Senate fell short in its effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the Trump administration is poised to use its regulatory powers to accomplish what lawmakers could not: shrink Medicaid. President Donald Trump’s top health officials could engineer lower enrollment in the state-federal health insurance program by approving applications from several GOP-controlled states eager to control fast-rising Medicaid budgets. Indiana, Arkansas, Kentucky, Arizona and Wisconsin are seeking the administration’s permission to require adult…

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