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Medical

Lucas Duque-Loaiza has autism

Financial Concerns of Caring for a Child with Autism | Real People, Real Life

By Cecillia Barr | April 2, 2013

In light of World Autism Awareness Day, I wanted to get a closer look into one family’s story — their difficulties in caring for their child, their financial adversity, their…

Care Credit is a medical credit card

Medical Credit Cards: Proceed with Caution

By Kaitlyn Fusco | March 12, 2013

For someone who is slapped with a large out-of-pocket medical bill, a medical credit card may seem like a good idea. But it may not be the best financial option.…

Patient and Doctor

Five Tips to Reduce Your Health Care Costs

By Katherine Pilnick | February 8, 2013

We all know the saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” While it may take more than just an apple, a new study found that the general principle…

Social Security disability claims fall

Improving Economy Means Fewer People Seeking Disability Benefits

By Bill Fay | January 30, 2013

Applications and approvals for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) were both down in 2012, which could be another small sign that the labor market continues to improve. There were 2.82…

Disabled woman on the phone reading a letter sitting on a couch in the living room at home

Social Security Disability Insurance – SSDI

By Bill Fay | January 28, 2013

If you experienced a significant physical or mental condition that prevents you from doing your job, you may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. SSDI is a government…

Medical Debt Help

By Devin Joy | January 10, 2013

Are You Struggling with Credit Card Payments due to Outstanding Medical Bills? Learn how you can pay off your credit cards for LESS than you actually owe. Add up your…

Here are a few blue book prices for the doctor office

Doctor Visit Costs

By Bill Fay | January 10, 2013

New procedures, medications and treatment options have vastly improved the medical profession’s ability to diagnose and cure disease, repair damage due to accident or injury, and test for various ailments…

ObamaCare and Associated Costs

By Bill Fay | January 3, 2013

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as ObamaCare, was signed into law on March 23, 2010. It is the federal government’s most comprehensive overhaul of the…

Health insurance companies want more

ObamaCare Highlights Truth: Insurance Companies Prosper

By Bill Fay | December 7, 2012

Whatever one thinks about the nature of ObamaCare, officially called the Affordable Patient Protection and Care Act (ACA), it’s certainly not the foul-smelling, socialistic takeover of the medical establishment as…

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Health Insurance Tips for Open Enrollment Period

By Bill Fay | November 21, 2012

With 2012 coming to a close in a matter of weeks, now’s the time to start planning for a healthy and prosperous new year. October and November mark the period…