We’re still several weeks away from knowing what the Supreme Court will decide about the Affordable Care Act, but there are a few thousand folks who will be watching the decision more anxiously than most:
Cancer patient Kathy Watson voted Republican in 2008 and believes the government has no right telling Americans to get health . . . → Read More: So What’s Going To Happen to the Uninsurables?
When people start thinking about moving, we always caution them to find out about how much health insurance will cost them in their new home state. Between state regulations, cost of living, different availability of health insurance plans, it’s always something of a crapshoot on whether you end up in a state with health insurance . . . → Read More: How Much Do Health Insurance Premiums Vary From State to State? The Kaiser Family Foundation Finds Out
So this Sunday morning, we thought we’d point you to an interesting column by David Lazarus in The Los Angeles Times about the Homan family’s struggle to continue health insurance coverage for their daughter as she ages. This year, Homan’s health insurance premiums are going up a lot. Paula Homan turns 60 this year, and as . . . → Read More: How Much Will Your Health Insurance Premiums Go Up As You Age?
If the new year has you thinking about some positive and healthy changes you can make in your life, you may be considering the biggie: quitting smoking. If you haven’t made the commitment to quit smoking yet, today we’re sharing a great article we found in The Los Angeles Times on the real dollars and . . . → Read More: How Much Money Will Quitting Smoking Cost You? How Much Money Can Quitting Smoking Save You?