Alzheimer’s dementia is one of the most heartbreaking things that can happen to a loved one. While there is no known cure for the disease yet, there are some steps that you can take to protect yourself against the disease.
I’ve got a story for you about a recent medical mishap of mine and how my misfortune could help you save money next time you need to see a doctor or make a visit to the ER.
Have you run up a huge hospital bill that you’re having difficulty paying? You may have already pleaded with your insurance company and battled with debt collectors. But you still can’t get a break. One resource you might consider is…
At this point, I’ve probably written a million words on the problems with our traditional retirement systems and you’re free to read my thoughts in past articles and interviews I’ve done over the years. But there are seven things you need to especially be aware of…
It’s estimated that hospitals in the U.S. overcharge their patients by about $10 billion total every year. Patients are paying markups of 100-1000% annually without even realizing it. Before you panic, know that most hospitals are willing to cut you a deal. As long as you know who to talk to and what to look for.
Back in December, there was an issue where I told you about a surfing accident sent me to the hospital for a weekend. And I said my own experience demonstrated how important it is to fully understand the type of insurance you have before an unexpected event sends you to the ER.