Nov. 1 marks the start of the 10th open enrollment season under the Affordable Care Act, and KFF compiled a list of nine changes to watch for in this upcoming period.
The Biden administration extended the COVID-19 public health emergency through Jan. 11, 2023, marking three years since the emergency was first declared in January 2020.
The Affordable Care Act was the subject of another round of court arguments Tuesday. This time the issue is whether the law’s provision that requires payers to cover preventive services, including HIV prevention drugs, as well as cancer screenings and vaccinations.
Surging demand for emergency contraception in the wake of the Supreme Court decision overturing Roe v. Wade has led to…
Sharity Ministries, formerly known as Trinity HealthShare, filed for bankruptcy in late 2021 and began the liquidation process. With so many outstanding claims against the ministry, it is unlikely that its members will receive the reimbursements they are owed.
Florida became the largest and latest state to require high school students to take a financial literacy course before they can receive a diploma.
Afra Smith sees The Melanin Project as a tool not just for education, but for advocacy. She’s adamant that payday loans should be outlawed and that schools should add financial literacy to their curriculum.
The price of a barrel of oil surpassed $100 for the first time in more than seven years and world stock markets plunged after the launch of a military offensive by Russia against Ukraine.
Merrill Lynch fired a wealth advisor after a video was circulated on social media showing him berating teenage employees in an anti-immigrant rant inside a Connecticut smoothie shop on Saturday.
The WA Cares Fund requires workers in Washington state to pay a premium of 0.58% of their total pay per paycheck, meaning an employee with a salary of $50,000 will pay $290 a year into the fund.
A former Virginia Beach investment advisor was sentenced today to 35 years in prison, following last week’s sentencing of his Williamsburg-based attorney to 10 years in prison, for their roles in a nationwide investment fraud scheme that resulted in over $25 million in losses.
Biden is prodding Democrats to fully cover the cost of the legislation – by raising taxes on corporations and the wealthy, negotiating the price of prescription drugs and dialing up other sources of federal revenue.
President Biden is leaning into his push to increase taxes on the rich as he seeks to unify Democrats in the House and Senate behind a $3.5 trillion bill that would expand federal efforts to fight climate change, reduce the cost of child care, expand educational access, reduce poverty, and more.
The goal of the suicide attempt was to allow Murdaugh’s sole surviving son, Buster Murdaugh, to collect an approximately $10 million life insurance policy on the older Murdaugh’s life, his attorney said.
According to a new survey from the New York Federal Reserve, 50.1% of respondents expect to keep working past the age of 62. That’s an almost 2% decline from the year before.
In April 2020, as Americans were receiving their first relief checks and many businesses shuttered their doors to the public, the saving rate hit an all-time high of 33.7%. It peaked again in March 2021, as the latest round of relief payments were received. As of June, it was 9.4%.
Three former National Football League players have pleaded guilty for their roles in a nationwide scheme to defraud a health care benefit program for retired NFL players.
At the height of her power, Elizabeth Holmes wasn’t exactly a girlboss. The founder and former CEO of blood-testing startup Theranos, whose fraud trial begins this week, didn’t place a ton of public emphasis on feminism or building women-centric spaces.
For the average benefit recipient, currently receiving $1,543, that could amount to $94 per month. It’s a few years too late for a serious increase, but certainly better than the 1.3% bump we saw for 2021 and the 1.6% the year before.
Miami-Dade County Circuit Judge Michael Hanzman has appointed a receiver to take over financial decision-making for the condominium association.