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Most baby boomers say they are financially unprepared for a potential disability.
Becoming a new parent is daunting at the best of times and money is just one of the balls that families have to juggle. Anything which helps to explain the money that parents and their children are entitled to is very welcome and should help create a deeper understanding of family finances.
People who lead healthier lifestyles can reduce their health care costs by nearly $200 annually.
Nearly one in five U.S. adults ' more than 40 million people ' report they do not have adequate access to the health care they need.
New research proves that a dose of hands-on health care training can transform parents' abilities to care for common childhood ailments at home and save Medicaid millions of dollars annually.
About 63% of U.S. residents reported paying higher health care costs this year than they did in 2006.
The high cost of health care premiums and out-of-pocket expenses are causing financial difficulties for more than 25% of family farmers and ranchers.
Zero-interest financing has increased in popularity in a big-ticket consumer market: doctors' and dentists' offices.
Notre Dame professor examines the risks working age Americans face due to the move from traditional pension plans toward individual investment accounts like 401(k)s.
For-profit hospitals are having an increasingly difficult time determining which patients are able to pay their medical bills as private health insurers shift more costs to members.
American seniors need Social Security. It's a simple truth often lost in the political and philosophical debate swirling around "entitlement reform."
Some people find that debt hit them when they lost their job, or experienced a medical issue that resulted in the inability to work or excessive medical expenses. Others think debt has sort of "snuck up" on them, for casually using credit cards for little purchases that they didn't have the cash to pay for.
Life expectancy into the 80s is a killer to retirement plans that pay certain benefits for life, such as pensions and Social Security.
Pensions are still regarded as a safety net for retirement and nearly half of all non-retired adult Americans expect to retire with a pension.
Parents and guardians of children in the United States suffering from learning disabilities (LD) often qualify for considerable tax deductions.