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Most USC students will pay $2,000 more a year if they don’t have health insurance

July 11--Before most ... paying full price. "Who are they to say I should have health insurance?" Waters said. "Research shows that students who have adequate health insurance coverage are healthier a... read more

Need a loan? Forget the corner payday lender — your boss has you covered

Your employer might contribute to your retirement account or help pay for health insurance ... student-debt assistance, show that some companies are taking a more active role in those areas as they li... read more

Five years after Act 10, a changed educational landscape

The state mandated that public employees pay at least 6.5 percent of their retirement contributions and 12 percent of the cost of their health insurance. For most teachers and ... health care choices ... read more

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Average Pastor Salaries in United States Churches

Just this year ... might expect, most of the lowest paid pastors are those who have the smallest churches. Some receive only what is called a pulpit supply fee of about one hundred dollars a week. The... read more


Public Schools Threaten Parents With Jail Time for Truant Kids

And keep in mind that this represents a national problem of schools claiming greater authority over kids then their parents, whether because they think they ... throughout the school year. Students ar... read more

Tax reform is on track and Democrats want to derail it. Don't believe these myths about the Senate’s bill

This means that even returning to 2.5 percent economic growth – still well below the U.S. historical average – would more than pay ... health insurance. This tax is borne mostly by working- and middle ... read more

Rummage, bake sale planned

Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will also be bag da... read more

Employer health rates rise 3%, worker deductibles top $1,200

The price of employer health insurance rose a modest 3% this year, a major survey shows, but workers will be paying more when they ... Most employers will begin open enrollment for 2015 plans in the c... read more

The NBA has America’s model migrant worker program

It’s that when you want to have access to the most resources ... 65,000 visas before they run out, non-athletes often need to pay higher fees. Linda Rose, a Nashville immigration attorney, says that c... read more

The numbers don't lie -- no debt is good

The only kind of debt I don't beat people up over is mortgage debt, as long as it's a 15-year, fixed rate loan. Houses are wildly expensive, and I understand that most people ... to pay it off, I'd ge... read more

CDC: 59.1 million lacked insurance

The number of Americans without health insurance ... Last year, more than 40 percent of adults aged 18-to-64 years who had chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma or high blood pressure and didn't h... read more



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