Why we reduce our wealth by paying "specialists" to increase it.
Why we don't use the simple time-tested strategy of compounding.
Why we don't use a tax-FREE account and give up $300,000.
Under the settlement of the lawsuit, Jimmo v. Sebelius, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has agreed to relax Medicare's requirements for coverage of skilled nursing and therapy services in institutional or home care settings. The key criterion for coverage will be a demonstrated need for skilled care - regardless of whether there is a recovery prognosis. That means patients already enrolled in Medicare Part A (hospitalization) who need care to maintain their current condition but aren't likely to improve will qualify for Medicare's standard benefits.
Former oil exec becomes Archbishop of Canterbury