Women Undervalue Their Impact On Family Fiscal Health

Women Undervalue Their Impact On Family Fiscal Health

Whether they work inside or outside the home, women contribute to their family’s economic well-being. Unfortunately, many of them undervalue their contributions and don’t consider what will happen to their survivors when they die. According to the Insurance Information Institute, 43 percent of adult women have no life insurance. Even those that are insured have insufficient coverage, carrying roughly one-fourth of the amount that would likely be needed by their life insurance policies’ beneficiaries.Women who are a family’s…

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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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Effects of daylight savings on the body

Effects of daylight savings on the body

According to research, losing an hour in Spring is more difficult for the body to adjust. Because in actuality, we are disturbing our entire 24 hour clock.

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