Monthly Archives: October 2011

Granny Snatching: Finding Assisted Living Gets Easier

October 26, 2011
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Granny Snatching: Finding Assisted Living Gets Easier

The aging of the US population is forcing many Americans to make choices they may have been putting off or not even considering regarding the best form of care for themselves or their loved ones. For many families, obtaining sufficient information to make the right choices often is pretty much an individual effort, talking...

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Century Bank An ATM For Its Executives After Given TARP Money

October 20, 2011
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Written by Jake Bernstein U.S. Century Bank rocketed into being in 2002, with investors pouring in $30 million over three months. Four years later, the Miami-based bank boasted assets of more than $1 billion, had consistently shown a profit, and had won plaudits from banking analysts such as BauerFinancial and glowing reviews from The...

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Buy Your Holiday Airfare Now As Prices Will Go Up

October 20, 2011
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Buy now. If you’re planning a holiday trip, buy your airline tickets now. It seems obvious but even more obvious is the truth  that the airlines will skin us alive if we wait until November. More, there are even holiday fees ahead should we be so bold as to wish to fly somewhere for...

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From Now Until Dec. 7 Make Medicare Changes

October 20, 2011
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Medicare’s open enrollment season is here and Consumer Reports has a free guide to help seniors get the most out of changes to the program and new benefits available for Medicare participants. Free copies of “Medicare: 6 Things You Need to Know Now” are available for download at www.ConsumerReportsHealth.org/Medicare. The guide is also available in...

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