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  • Healthcare affects tax refunds

    As tax season approaches, many residents may be unaware of the changes for those who opted out, or bought in, to government health coverage in 2014. When filing taxes with the federal government based on healthcare coverage options, additional forms...
  • Californians received $3.2 billion in Obamacare premium subsidies

    Californians received $3.2 billion in Obamacare premium subsidies
    Californians received $3.2 billion in Obamacare premium subsidies during the rollout of the federal health law last year. That federal aid went to about 800,000 California households, state officials said Monday. Those individuals and families paid $1.1...
  • Obama administration unveils plan to shift Medicare payments, rewarding quality vs. quantity

    Medicare will change the way it pays hospitals and doctors to reward quality over volume, the Obama administration said Monday, in a shift that officials hope will be a catalyst for the nation's $3 trillion health care system. "It is in our common...
  • Winter Park Fire Department aims for, and gets, the gold standard

    Winter Park Fire Department aims for, and gets, the gold standard
    As Fire Chief Jim White notes, some Winter Park residents have a misconception that what his department does. After all, he noted, people often come up to him and point out that they never hear about major fires being battled in the city. “...
  • When Terrorists Attack Online, Is Cyber-Insurance Enough?

    The November attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment drew around-the-clock media attention, but far from Hollywood's studio lights is a growing legal debate in the starchy insurance industry about whether most cyber-policies cover such a breach. The U.S....
  • Atwater: Stress tests may instill confidence in insurance

    Atwater: Stress tests may instill confidence in insurance
    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Florida's top financial officer said Tuesday that creating and publicizing a “stress test” will help instill public confidence in the smaller insurers that have come to dominate Florida's property insurance...
  • A risky cut to Medicaid

    Of all the major spending cuts Gov. Larry Hogan proposed in his budget, the easiest one for him politically may be the $160 million he's seeking to trim out of the Medicaid program. The reason is not just the cynical one, that Medicaid is a Democratic...
  • Fla. must fix home-repair insurance fraud: My Word

    Imagine this: You wake up to find your kitchen flooded from a broken pipe. You frantically call a water extractor who arrives and says, "Don't worry. Just sign these forms, and we'll handle everything." The truth is, you've just signed away control of...
  • Panda Express coming to Suffolk's Harbour View

    Check out the latest lease transactions in Hampton Roads, as reported by Cushman & Wakefield-Thalhimer. - Panda Express has leased approximately 1 acre in Harbourview Marketcenter on College Drive in Suffolk to open a new Panda Express restaurant with...
  • Thrifty habits put retirement in reach for child-care worker

    SEATTLE After devoting most of her working life to a rewarding but modestly paying career in child care, Darlene Bakes was understandably worried about her retirement. Bakes, 62, hit the financial peak of her career six years ago, when she became the...
  • Retirement planning steps for Generation X

    Welcome to 50, Generation X. As the first wave of slackers hits the half-century milestone this year, it's a good time to start getting serious about retirement planning. Hey, it's more fun than that first colonoscopy, right? Maybe, but workers in...