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The Consumer Federation of America has a new report on major car insurers, which has an interesting conclusion In two-thirds of the 60 cases studied, large auto insurers quoted higher premiums to safe drivers than to those responsible for an
This When Marie Benedetto opened her mail last week and learned her long-term care premium was going up a stunning 85 percent, she did what a retired math teacher would do...Benedetto calculated she'd have to spend $1,328 a month or $15,936 a year
Today's column will look at the late enrollment penalty associated with Medicare premiums, which can obviously affect what you are paying for Medicare. People often ask us why there is a penalty if they did not enroll in Medicare Part D prescription
The Record New Jersey next Friday will suspend enrollment in an insurance program for people with preexisting medical conditions mandated by the new federal health care law, officials said. The state was directed to do so by the federal Department of
Friday, Feb. 22, 2013 Derrick Bean filed his income taxes at an H&R Block office in Los Angeles this month, and the 26-year-old left with something unexpected: a price quote on federally subsidized health insurance. Using the information from his
Planned Parenthood is releasing ads on Friday going after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republicans for opposing the Obama administration's birth control coverage policy. One television ad accuses McConnell of siding with bosses
We will not, therefore, be providing text, photographic or audiovisual coverage of the Australian cricket team's tour of India.
The Marketplace is intended to help you find health insurance that fits your budget with less hassle. Every health insurance plan in the new Marketplace will offer comprehensive coverage, from doctors to medications to hospital visits. You can
The federal rule requires insurers to cover treatment of mental illnesses, behavioral disorders, drug addiction and alcohol abuse , and other conditions. Kathleen Sebelius , the secretary of health and human services, said that in addition to the
The new health law requires that most insurance plans cover all costs for preventive care, including colon cancer screening...Many patients ended up with a bill when the doctor performing the colonoscopy removed precancerous growths known as polyps...