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Kelly Moser
What Halloween taught me about insurance
Article posted by Kelly Moser
I’m Kelly, I’m 26 years old and I have a confession to make: I’ve never been trick-or-treating.

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Medicare and Medicaid >>

Stephen D. Forman (LTCA)
If it bleeds, it leads
Article posted by Stephen Forman
For 2014 LTC Awareness Month and henceforward, is it too much to ask for the same level of coverage for long-term care that is presently afforded Ebola?

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Individual or group insurance >>

Tye Elliott
Use voluntary insurance to help give workers financial peace of mind
Article posted by Tye Elliott
It’s no wonder that employees’ minds are focused on money when they should be spending their off hours dreaming of pumpkin pie, mistletoe and sugar plums. According to a survey, 76 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, which means the holidays are more fretful than festive in three-quarters of U.S. homes.

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Disability insurance >>

Joelyn Brickner
Breast cancer survivor chooses the path of least regret
Article posted by Joelyn Brickner
Having spent 25 years of her career on Madison Avenue as a senior executive at global advertising agencies including TBWA/Chiat Day, Erdman was used to tackling big challenges, only this time it wasn't vying for a Fortune 500 company’s million-dollar advertising campaign. This time the stakes were much higher — saving her own life.

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Health Care Reform >>

Bill Coffin
The high cost of living
Article posted by Bill Coffin
The more people have health insurance, the more screwed up our health care system gets.

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