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  • Low prices seen luring young adults to Obamacare: study

    Low prices seen luring young adults to Obamacare: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - If uninsured young Americans shun the new health plans offered under President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law, it will be because the insurance costs too much and not because they don't expect to need much medical care,...
  • Can MKZ carry Lincoln luxury relaunch?

    Can MKZ carry Lincoln luxury relaunch?
    It's time for Lincoln to stand and deliver. Ford sold off a stable of European luxury nameplates -- Aston Martin and Jaguar, Land Rover and Volvo -- to clear the field for its revamped luxury brand, which it rechristened Lincoln Motor Co. in December....
  • In Miramar, re-elect Samuels, Barnes

    In Miramar, re-elect Samuels, Barnes
    Tucked in Broward County's southwest corner, Miramar is a suburban community that continues to grapple with the impact of explosive growth and a diverse population. Once one of the nation's top-10 fastest growing cities, Miramar is approaching build-...
  • Senate throws extra projects into budget

    TALLAHASSEE -- With the Senate preparing to vote on its $74.3 billion budget tomorrow, lawmakers did some last minute shifts of dollars to fund a number of special projects. Here are a few of the new projects tucked into the budget: * $1.7 million for...
  • Tuesday Morning Reads: St. Pete mayoral contest, drinking hours and real estate

    TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Tuesday to you all. Here's what we're reading.   * The city of Orlando is delaying a plan to extend downtown drinking hours after bar and restaurant owners raised concerns, the Sentinel reports.   * A...
  • Florida consumers to get $54 million in health-insurance rebates

      Insurance companies will have to pay $54 million in rebates this summer to 614,245 Floridians, federal officials announced on Thursday. That’s $132 per family.  Officials hailed the news as another sign that the new Affordable Care Act is...
  • Retirement: Staying on home turf

    Almost 90 percent of people over 65 say they want to live in their home and community as long as possible, according to a report by the AARP Public Policy Institute and the National Conference of State Legislatures. A whopping 80 percent believe they will...
  • Don't be too loyal to loyalty cards

    In a past column, I took on the topic of rewards credit cards and came down neutral to negative on the concept. Basically, I believe in keeping my finances idiot-proof -- that is, as simple as possible. I know I'm more likely to make good financial...
  • An ounce of fraud prevention is worth a pound of cure

    Financial fraud is alive and well, and claiming more victims than ever before. Scams are getting more sophisticated and harder to identify, and even seasoned investors are falling for them. Fortunately, the strategies of scam artists have been examined in...
  • Help for entrepreneurs with disabilities

    It is no secret that it is difficult for new small busineses to succeed. Most small businesses fail within the first few years of existence. Many founder because of inadequate funding. It is practically impossible these days to borrow from financial...
  • Reverse mortgages not for the uninformed

    "Why do I need to save? I'll just tap the equity in my house when I retire," said a former client at the end of 2006. He and his wife were in their late 50s, and I was recommending that they increase their retirement contributions. During the real estate...