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Entries from September 2007

A financial planner says the senior advocacy groups offerings can be more costly than those available elsewhere.

When financial planner Andrew Tignanellis clients first came to him saying that they were planning to buy financial products from AARP, he said he was thrilled. He assumed that the products the group sold to its members, whether TVs or financial products such as insurance or [Read more ]

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The expansion Thursday of Wal-Marts generic drug program seemed only incremental. The company added seven new compounds to the list of drugs it sells for $4. But the announcement may give a glimpse of the future at Wal-Mart pharmacies. The company seems to be reaching out to a younger and [Read more ]

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Bob Braschlers search for cataract surgery was a real eye-opener. The Mayo Clinic wanted to charge him more than $20,000 for both eyes. Fairview Red Wing Medical Center quoted $18,000. Braschler finally settled on Minnesota Eye Consultants, which charged $10,000. The baker from Red Wing, Minn., is just one example of how patients are shopping for medical care as they grapple with higher [Read more ]

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NEW YORK – Millions of Americans have no life insurance or are seriously underinsured and that could translate to big financial problems for their loved ones if they die unexpectedly. [Read more ]

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Wal-Mart?s expansion of it?s low-cost generic drug program indicates that the company is reaching out to a younger and broader clientle. [Read more ]

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The subprime mortgage market continues to unravel like a ball of string, connecting banks in London, Paris, Sydney and Wall Street with borrowers in smalltown US. Talk of recession in the US and Australia is growing and Australia may or may not have a new government by Christmas. [Read more ]

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Many neglect to buy life insurance and that could be a problem Commentary by Eileen Alt Powell NEW YORK Millions of Americans have no life insurance or are seriously underinsured and that could translate to big financial problems for their loved ones if they die unexpectedly. [Read more ]

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In a letter sent today to California Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez and key legislators, the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights (FTCR) urged their opposition to any health care reform compromise that includes mandatory purchase of private health insurance. [Read more ]

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John Muir High School student Christian Kooshian (Your View, Sept. 19), shows that the school has also failed to teach that the job of a newspaper is not to promote his school, but rather to report the facts. [Read more ]

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