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Why women need life insurance, regardless of their age

By Suzanne Stevens Although women make up almost half of the workforce, it appears that many women still lack long-term coverage. This can be seen in the number of insurers adapted to the needs. Beginning When you’re young, you feel invincible. Why would we need life coverage when we have …

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John Clay: Football is starting, but here are five college basketball notes worthy of attention | Sports

LEXINGTON, Ky. – As we prepare for the start of college football, let’s not forget college basketball. Five developments you may have missed: 1. Kentucky’s New and Better Goal Whispers from early Kentucky basketball practice insist that they are a much better shooting team than previous editions of John Calipari. …

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Cut off from Australian squad, champion Alberto Campbell set to race for Jamaica at Tokyo Paralympic Games

Runner Alberto Campbell will wear green and gold at the Tokyo Paralympics, but it will be to represent his native Jamaica, not Australia. The 28-year-old had proudly represented Australia in athletics for more than a decade at the international level, but was excluded from the Rio squad due to a …

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The conundrum of long-term care

Man scratches his head Getty Images Long Term Care Insurance, or LTC, helps pay for the cost of home health care or a retirement home. It also covers prolonged illness or disability. While LTC coverage can be great for retirees, premiums have started to rise in recent years, making it …

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ACT registers 19 new cases of COVID-19

The ACT recorded 19 new locally acquired COVID-19 cases within 24 hours to 8 p.m. last night, with six of the new infectious cases in the community. There are now 121 active cases associated with this outbreak. Of the 19 new cases, 17 are linked to the current epidemic in …

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Long-distance COVID patients fight for disability benefits, lawyer says

“The problem with long haul is that there are no diagnostic criteria set for it, there are no tests,” said Barrie lawyer Steve Rastin. As the medical community strives to resolve persistent health issues linked to COVID-19, these patients – known as long haul – are struggling with more than …

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KNOWLEDGE CENTER: Four Ways to Invest Extra Money in Your Savings Account [Column] | Company

Over the past year, many Americans have amassed money to prepare for the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. So much so that the personal savings rate of Americans has reached record levels. The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) reported that Americans’ savings rate reached 33% in April 2020, the …

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It’s no fun haggling with your insurance company over a claim. Here’s how advisors negotiate their way to bigger payouts

Financial advisers love to talk about how they add value. From preparing tax returns to providing career advice to clients’ children, they strive to offer a far-reaching service beyond their basic investment management and financial planning offerings. When a client seeks insurance or files a claim, certain advisors step in. …

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Police and firefighters’ disability claims tripled after George Floyd’s murder

The number of police and firefighters requesting disability benefits from the state pension fund has tripled in the past fiscal year, with 79% saying they cannot do their jobs due to the syndrome. post-traumatic stress. The number of claims has exploded since George Floyd was assassinated by then-Minneapolis Police Officer …

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2 things to do with your money before you quit your job

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to the US economy. Businesses have changed the way they operate and have struggled to manage disrupted supply chains, and consumers have faced soaring prices for goods and services. …

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