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Entries from December 2007

DEALING WITH AGGRESSIVE agents, wading through dense jargon, all while confronting your own mortality buying life insurance is the Perfect Storm of unpleasant financial-planning chores. But dont fret. [Read more ]

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Darrell Todd Maurina The Waynesville Rural Fire Protection District may provide a retirement package next year to its full-time employees. [Read more ]

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B Gaston County residents could save an average of 20 percent off some medications using a new prescription drug benefit card now offered by the county. The cards are free and available one per family at the Gaston County Health Department and the Department of Social Services. Residents do not have to fill out paperwork to get the cards; nor do they have to fill out paperwork to get a discount [Read more ]

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Food prices are accelerating at their highest rate for 14 years – and running at more than three times the rate of inflation, official figures show. [Read more ]

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Morningstar analysts take the temperature of the market, sector by sector. [Read more ]

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WAPPINGERS FALLS – In their new five-year contract, Wappingers bus drivers, custodians and other workers will pay more of their insurance premiums, but still less than similar employees in other districts comparable in enrollment and spending. [Read more ]

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You stroll down the aisles of your neighborhood drugstore, searching for a non-prescription medicine that alleviates pain and fever. The shelf bears a brightly packaged array of suitable drugs. [Read more ]

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Talk to anyone who is involved with the governments prescription drug plan, and most of what you hear is bad news.

Josh Meltzer | Special to The Roanoke Times [Read more ]

Concerned that rising costs could jeopardize Massachusetts landmark health insurance initiative, a state panel voted yesterday to press insurers to hold premium increases to 5 percent next year for unsubsidized plans sold across the state. The panel also instructed insurers to try to curb premiums without shifting significantly more costs to consumers. [Read more ]

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I recommend to everyone Matt Manwellers remarkable column on health care costs in Wednesdays Daily Record. Dr. Manweller notes that we had no health care crisis in the golden age of 18th- and 19th-century capitalism, when people shopped for medical care in order to keep down costs. [Read more ]

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