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  • 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-...
  • UnitedHealth Group rolls out upbeat earnings outlook

    MINNEAPOLIS The financial drag from the federal health care overhaul should lessen in the coming years, as growth continues in the Medicare and Medicaid markets, Stephen Hemsley, the chief executive at UnitedHealth Group, said during a Tuesday investors...
  • Congress negotiators agree on spending bill to avoid shutdown

    Pushing a tight deadline to prevent a federal shutdown, negotiators in Congress reached agreement late Tuesday on a $1-trillion bill to fund the government — but not before stuffing it with extras that drew deep opposition from both parties....
  • Study costs, restrictions carefully before buying long-term care insurance

    Mackey McNeill, a CPA and personal financial specialist in Bellevue, Ky., talks with clients in their 50s and early 60s about protecting their retirement savings from potential long-term-care expenses--which currently average more than $85,000 a year...
  • Use these 4 simple strategies to cut your drug spending

    Trying to save money on prescription drugs can be enough to make you reach for the pain pills. Navigating the annual changes to your health plan, figuring out insurance co-pays, and finding the pharmacy with the best buys can be daunting. And if you're on...
  • Zenefits, a Bay Area online broker, rattles health insurance industry

    SAN FRANCISCO Software company Zenefits is the fastest-growing startup in recent memory, but selling computer applications isn't how the company earned that superlative. Instead, Zenefits has transformed from a skeletal 15 employees into an army of...
  • 11th Sandy Hook Family Files Wrongful Death Claim Notice

    11<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> Sandy Hook Family Files Wrongful Death Claim Notice
    Another family of a child killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School filed a notice in probate court Tuesday that it plans to make a wrongful death claim. The family of James Mattioli was the latest to open an estate, bringing to 11 the number of families of...
  • Obamacare advisor apologizes to lawmakers for controversial comments

    Obamacare advisor apologizes to lawmakers for controversial comments
    Jonathan Gruber, an MIT professor who worked on the Affordable Care Act, apologized to members of Congress on Tuesday for a series of controversial comments he made about the law, which Republicans have seized on to attack the healthcare legislation....