My Money

February 2014


What to Know About the March 31 Health Insurance Deadline

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As the March 31 enrollment deadline approaches to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, many consumers may be thinking, “another month, another Obamacare deadline.” But this date will be a defining one for consumers without affordable health insurance, as well as for the law’s ...

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health care reform
Affordable Care Act
health insurance
Congressional Budget Office
consumers
personal finance
money
health

How to Get a Subsidy to Pay for Health Insurance

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The clock is ticking toward the deadline of March 31, 2014, when most uninsured Americans will be required to purchase health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

If you don’t have health insurance you may be eligible for financial assistance from the government called a subsidy or premium ...

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health insurance
health care reform
Affordable Care Act
women's health
men's health
income
Medicaid
Medicare
health

6 Things You Must Do After Hackers Steal Your Credit Card Data

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In the wake of the Target security breach that put more than 70 million customers at risk for identity theft, consumers are realizing it’s more important than ever to monitor financial accounts and be careful about sharing personal information with retailers. 

If you think you may be a victim of ...

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identity theft
credit cards
credit
credit scores
banking
personal finance
consumers
fraud
shopping

A Guide to New Health Insurance Benefits

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In the last few months, the media have been consumed with the struggles surrounding the rollout of health insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act. While much of the focus has been on policyholders being dropped from their current policies or the difficulties in navigating exchange ...

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health care reform
health care
insurance
health insurance
men's health
women's health
mental health
Affordable Care Act