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Saturday, January 3, 2015

Don't Have Health Insurance? Expect Penalties

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▶ "Many Americans out there are still uninsured and Phase 2 of that is now they're subject to tax penalties when they do their tax return this upcoming year for 2014," said Eric Ulatowski, senior account executive of CH Insurance Brokerage. Flip②▶FLIPBOARD : Don't Have Health Insurance? Expect Penalties

▶As of Dec. 26, 2014, 6.5 million people signed up for coverage in federally run exchanges — that includes new enrollments, people actively re-enrolling and existing customers who allowed their coverage to automatically renew, according to the Department of Health and Human Services’ weekly enrollment update. Flip②▶FLIPBOARD : Obamacare Enrollment Tops 7 Million

▶Home-price appreciation and a strong stock market have brightened the picture for savers, but not across the board, says Morningstar's Christine Benz. Flip②▶FLIPBOARD : Retirement Readiness on the Rise for Some
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To get the most from Medicare, you need accurate information that steers you clear of bad advice and costly pitfalls. Medicare For Dummies is what you need to navigate Medicare successfully and get the best out of the complex system. AARP’s Medicare expert, Patricia Barry, gives you plain-language explanations of how Medicare works and what steps you need to take to make it work for you, including:


  • How you qualify for Medicare and when to enroll according to your personal situation 
  • What Medicare covers and what it costs 
  • Ways to reduce out-of-pocket expenses 
  • Tips for dealing with doctors and switching plans
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The easy way to get a handle on Social Security. Are you or a loved one looking to understand how Social Security benefits work? Social Security For Dummies helps you better understand and navigate the U.S. Social Security Administration, covering important topics such as how benefits are funded and distributed, the various Social Security options and how to qualify, and deciding when to start accepting Social Security benefits.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Transforming our time with their stories

One baby boomer who has been transforming our time with story is author Walter Isaacson. On October 24, 2011, Isaacson's authorized biography of Apple Computer co-founder Steve Jobs was published by Simon & Schuster. It became an international best-seller, breaking all records for sales of a biography. The book was based on over forty interviews with Jobs over a two-year period right up until shortly before his death. Isaacson also drew on conversations with friends, family members, and business rivals of the entrepreneur whose vision revolutionized computing, music, phones, animated films, and publishing. In 2014, he published The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution. It became a New York Times bestseller.

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Sunday, December 14, 2014

How is Medicare Funded?

As we know, Medicare is the single-largest health care coverage provider in the USA.  As such, Medicare.gov is the definitive source for information, not just about Medicare but also about health care providers, including hospitals and physicians.

Learn about how Medicare is funded through 2 trust accounts held by the U.S. Treasury: the Hospital Insurance Trust Fund (which pays for Medicare Part A, inpatient hospital care, skilled nursing facility care, home health care, hospice care, and combating fraud and abuse), and the Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust Fund (which pays for Medicare Part B outpatient health care and Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage).

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