Health Insurance

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Insurers Refuse To Pick Up Bill for Billions In Opioid Claims

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A Delaware Supreme Court ruling in January has emboldened insurers eager to avoid massive policy claims.

Merrill, Other Advisors Embrace Financial Gerontology Training

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More than 1,245 Merrill Lynch advisors have earned financial gerontology certificates.

Anthem Expects Covid To Keep Medical Costs Elevated In 2022

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The company is also preparing for the potential end of the Covid-19 public-health emergency.

Young Alzheimer's Patients Dealt A Blow By Medicare's Refusal To Cover Drug

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Though Alzheimer's patients under age 65 can qualify for Medicare, they don't get access to just any treatment.

Lying Flat Without Health Insurance Is Very Uncomfortable

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There are less health insurance options for workers choosing a less conventional path.

No, Getting Married Isn't Always Financially Beneficial

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Before legally clients yoke themselves to another person, it's perfectly reasonable to pause and make sure it makes sense.

Ed Slott Offers Three Strategies For Tax-Efficient Charitable Giving

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Some clients may benefit from using their entire lifetime tax exemption this year, the consultant said.

When Divorced Parents Feud About Vaccinating Children

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Vaccines are creating another source of contention between some divorced parents.

Who Pays For America's Long-Term Care Becomes An Urgent Crisis

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As people live longer, many will need long-term care. The pandemic showed the current system falls woefully short.

HSA Account Holders Missing Out On Benefits, EBRI Says

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Most people hold account balances in cash when they should be invested, according to an EBRI report.

Three Ex-NFL Players Plead Guilty To Healthcare Fraud

by FA Staff

Former running back Clinton Portis was among those involved in a scheme , prosecutors said.

Data Lacking On Delta Breakthrough Infections

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Americans have too little information on infections among those who've gotten the Covid-19 shot.

The Genesis Of Financial Wellness And Beyond

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An alignment of purpose needed to help advisors better serve changing needs of clients.

Why Retirement Is On The Eve Of Disruption

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Retiring clients and their advisors want help. Don't disappoint them.

Advisory Firms Expect Staff To Get The Vax

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Firms are employing safety measures including a “vax bubble” as staff returns to the office.

Senate Infrastructure Deal In Sight After Medicare Agreement

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The Medicare rule is aimed at reducing out-of-pocket costs for patients outside Medicare.

Understanding The Variants And The Vaccines

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While the pandemic will demand increased attention, the general transition to a reopened economy will likely continue.

Old Fund, Spry Returns

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The Fidelity Select Health Care Portfolio is a 40-year-old fund that leaves many of its younger peers in the dust.

Biogen Alzheimer's Drug Approved In Disease Landmark

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Patient advocacy groups have supported the drug's clearance despite skepticism from some scientists.

Caregivers Often Suffer Emotional, Financial Setbacks, Fidelity Says

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Those who choose to care for a loved one say the pandemic has made their situation worse, a new survey found.

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