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  • U.S. municipal bond market shrinks to smallest in five years: Fed

    The U.S. municipal bond market contracted to $3.63 trillion in the third quarter, the smallest amount of outstanding debt in five years, according to Federal Reserve data released on Thursday. The total was only slightly less than the second quarter,...
  • Medical debt collection, reporting under scrutiny

     Medical debt collection, reporting under scrutiny
    Many consumers don't know they owe money for medical procedures until they get a call from a collection agency or they discover it on their credit report, a federal consumer watchdog says. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday released...
  • High-deductible insurance plans put pressure on independent physicians to collect bills

    PITTSBURGH The emerging popularity of low-premium, high-deductible health insurance plans that hold patients responsible for a greater share of their medical care costs is exacting a financial and administrative toll on small physician practices and...
  • Uninsured face Dec. 15 deadline for Obamacare

     Uninsured face Dec. 15 deadline for Obamacare
    To those still without health insurance for 2015: Monday is a key deadline for Obamacare. If you didn't sign up for health insurance on Healthcare.gov last year: Enroll in coverage by Monday for benefits to kick in Jan. 1. If you sign up from Dec. 16 to...
  • Another bad checkup for the Affordable Care Act

    The implementation of the Affordable Care Act seems like an unending nightmare. Desperate for some good news, the White House is justly relieved and celebrating the fact that the government website is not plagued with last year's disasters. But other big...
  • Report: Vehicle Thefts Down 58 Percent Since 1991

     
    It's the sort of threat most people don't think about until it actually happens: stolen cars. But car theft is on a steep decline, according to new report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Citing recent data from the Federal......
  • Laptop donation adds fun to tutoring equation

    Laptop donation adds fun to tutoring equation
    Jaylynn Liu is preserving her status as a high-achieving math student at Deerfield Beach Elementary School by showing up twice a week to a church. Liu is not relying on prayer. Instead, she takes advantage of a free tutoring program offered at Cathedral...
  • Ask Kim: signing up for Obamacare for 2015

    Open enrollment is now underway, and it is a great opportunity to fix problems with your current policy or take advantage of new options available in your area. Don't fly on autopilot. If you bought a policy from your state health insurance exchange in...
  • Insurers see 1.8 billion euro cost from French storms

    Insurers are facing 1.8 billion euro ($2.24 billion) bill for claims from exceptionally high storm damage in France this year, the French insurance association (AFA) said on Thursday. Southern France, which usually enjoys a warm, dry Mediterranean...
  • New Obamacare enrollment in California nears 49,000

    New Obamacare enrollment in California nears 49,000
    California's insurance exchange said 48,950 new people signed up for Obamacare coverage during the first three weeks of open enrollment. The latest figures span Nov. 15 to Dec. 3, and state officials said about 160,000 people have also applied for Medi-...
  • Some newly insured still struggle to pay for health care

    Some newly insured still struggle to pay for health care
    For Martha Gruberman, a 63-year-old resident of south suburban Steger, obtaining health insurance through the Affordable Care Act hasn't made it any easier to pay for routine medical care. A plan she chose through the federal marketplace requires her to...