Some years ago I wrote a post talking about grocery shopper’s cards and the great savings you can get from them. Even though I’m not someone with a pattern of going to lots of different stores for groceries, since I literally share a backyard with one, I have found not only great deals here and […]

Every American gets Medicare coverage when they turn 65. However, there are different versions of Medicare, each with its own unique rules. That can be confusing because the financial impacts of each are different also. Let’s take a better look at this. Pennsylvania National Guard via Compfight Medicare has 4 coverage options, with different rules […]

Well, it seems the worm has turned in a very strange way, and I have to admit that I’m feeling a little bit smug about it all. The Supreme Court is going to be looking at a provision in the Affordable Care Act to see if the Internal Revenue Service overstepped its authority. The provision […]

I am an independent consultant, and my wife is independent as well. This means that we finally had to address the issue of health care because of the Affordable Care Act. Obviously this was something much different for us, but it’s especially different for someone like me, as my main background is as a consultant […]

It’s always interesting hearing how someone in another land views American interests, especially after already touching upon the subject in my own way. This is a British perspective; seems we’re pretty close in interpretation. Well, he did it. In one of the most closely called presidential campaigns in recent years, President Barack Obama headed off […]

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