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GOP fix to insurance markets could spike premiums for older customers

Dale Marsh has not been enamored with his health insurance since the Affordable Care Act took effect. Premiums for Marsh, 53, and his wife, Tammy, rose, their deductibles grew.

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Why the fiduciary rule is important to you and your retirement

The fiduciary rule had been set to take effect in April, but in late January Trump asked for a 90-day delay to review it.

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Congress ready to stop state-run retirement programs

The Republican-controlled Congress took aim this week at states that are creating retirement saving programs for workers who do not already have 401(k)s through their jobs.

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Finding the right credit card for a free vacation

Many frequent fliers are buzzing about the latest travel rewards credit card; one that comes with a hefty $450 annual fee but offers a juicy 100,000 point bonus at sign-up.

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Seema Verma, pick for Medicare, Medicaid post faces tough questions

Her firm, SVC Inc., collected more than $6.6 million in consulting fees from the state of Indiana since 2011, records show.

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The real facts regarding Medicare, Social Security solvency

While the era of “alternative facts” dawned in Washington last week, experts from across the ideological spectrum gathered in the capital for a review of real facts about our two most important retirement programs: Social Security and Medicare.

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