Health

I didn’t write about health care reform while it was moving through Congress or in the immediate aftermath.  The only mention of it here was in this infographic.  Unless you read comments I made a couple on a couple of other blogs it probably appeared as though it wasn’t important to me.  That is far from the […]

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The guest post is by Erinn Springer who works at  GoHealthInsurance.com– an online exchange that allows consumers to compare health insurance quotes and talk to insurance agents within minutes. Health insurance plans can be expensive if consumers do not spend time researching. The following tips can help consumers find affordable insurance and reduce health care costs: […]

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Welcome to the Carnival of Money Stories which is the first carnival hosted at Buck$ome Boomer’s Journey to Retirement.  Life has lots of  firsts (other than carnivals) and  many are related to money and finance.   This is a good chance to share stories about my first monetary experiences. Note: Just as many submissions were not included as in the carnival […]

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 Did you observe Earth Hour last night?  It’s nice to be part of a global effort to bring attention to climate change issues.  We’re all part of the same planet and need to work together to solve the problem.  Of course, it wasn’t a stretch to go without using energy for an hour that late […]

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There’s been a lot of discussion, pro and con, in the blogosphere regarding the health care reform. By the time it passed many of us weren’t sure what was in the final bill.  Here’s an infographic that describes what’s included and when it comes into effect. Infographic by HealthInsuranceProviders.com: Compare health insurance options from many different providers!

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