Tag: healthcare benefits

Helpful Senior Citizen Benefits (Written By a Senior)

The following is a guest post by my mother who is debt-free and lives very modestly in Small Town, USA. While she does not work for pay, she spends time blessing others by giving of herself and her time.  My son has invited me to write an article for this blog about senior citizen benefits. I share his …

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How Will Obamacare Affect Me?

Unless you’ve been living in a trailer down by the river in the middle of Nowhere, USA – you’re probably well aware of the Affordable Care Act (or Obamacare as its been so lovingly referred to as) which went into affect October 1st. What you might not be as acquainted with is how it may …

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The $10 Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse

Two weeks ago – my wife and I did a liver and gallbladder cleanse together. It was my first experience with a cleanse of this kind and her fourth. Let me just say – it was not easy. If you are looking to do a inexpensive liver and gallbladder cleanse – here are some of …

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Will You Take Care of Your Parents?

A few years ago, I was having lunch with a friend of mine and we got on the subject of caring for our parents when they got older. Without hesitation, he said his wife and him would be taking in their parents when it was time. In his culture it is assumed the children will …

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Protecting Your Number One Asset: You

I spend a lot of time thinking about personal finances. From how I might be able to make more money to thinking about how I might be able to save another buck or two. Ironically enough, I often fail to consider another very important asset…my own health. Earlier this week, my wife and I started …

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Health Insurance Benefits

Health care is a really big issue in our country. And, it’s no wonder.  Costs seem to be going up and up and folks are getting squeezed financially to keep up. Today, it’s vital you are getting the most out of your health insurance coverage so that you can limit your out-of-pocket expenses. I’m fortunate …

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