Monthly Archives: December 2012

Hangup with Execution of Obamacare in States

The current rumpus is over ObamaCare’s “exchanges,” the bureaucracies that will regulate the design and sale of insurance and where 30 million people (and likely far more) will sign up for subsidized coverage. Continue reading

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International Health Spending Report

According to the analysis, healthcare spending is the primary concern in terms of our nation’s budget. Continue reading

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End of the Year Retirement Reminders

A quick glimpse at important reminders for the end of the year from Lockton Retirement Services. (Download the original here >>11.27.12 EOY UPDATED) Plan Amendments Governmental Plans If a governmental plan has not yet been amended for the Worker, Retiree … Continue reading

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Worried about retirement? Life insurance may not be the answer

If you’re thinking life insurance payments may help fund your retirement, that strategy may be flawed. Continue reading

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Health-cost tradeoffs not worth it

Though most U.S. consumers say affordability is the top driver of their health care decisions, only a small portion are willing to change doctors or health care settings to reduce costs Continue reading

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