Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV Chairman John Elkann sees the need for more combinations in the auto industry and expects consolidation to continue. Read more: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-04-13/fiat-chrysler-chairman-sees-more-consolidation-in-auto-industryRead More »
An email from your healthcare provider is 4 times more likely to be fraudulent than one from a social media site.
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Beware the Cromnibus! Could it possibly devour your pension?
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A healthy, insured couple “slowly going under” because their premiums, co-pays and deductibles are now twice as high as their mortgage and food costs.
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What is the timing involved in receiving reimbursement from the RHCA for qualified expenses?
My experience has always been that when a claim is made to Your Spending Account for RHCA reimbusement, the claim is Denied (lack of funds)
Then YSA submits a request to Merrill Lynch for funds to pay the claim. Then YSA receives funds and initiate payment.
However I not seen any information on the time line for this sequence of actions. Please provide.
Also, since YSA never has a funds from a client’s RHCA, why is …Read More »
You may think your retirement assets are protected from cyberattack or identity thieves, but what about all the information you give your financial adviser?
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Before his three-hour neck surgery for herniated disks in December, Peter Drier, 37, signed a pile of consent forms.
He was blindsided, though, by a bill of about $117,000 from an “assistant surgeon”.Read More »
Letting companies underfund pensions so they pay more taxes is a dumb idea, but it’s not a new one:
The Federal Highway Trust Fund is expected to run out of money in August.Read More »
Verizon has done it. General Motors has done it. And so have Ford and, recently, ketchup kingpin Heinz.
These brand-name companies have all moved part of their pension obligations off their books and into annuities run by insurance companies.Read More »