Resolutions for Financial “Wellth” for the New Year

Only 31% of people are making New Year’s resolutions for financial health at the start of 2015, down from 43% one year ago. Compare that 31% of people committed to financial wellness to the 51% of people resolving to lose weight. At the start of the New Year, you can’t help but be bombarded with…

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The Refund to Savings (R2S) initiative is helping more tax filers to gain piece of mind knowing that part of their refund is tucked away for when they really need the money.  They are accomplishing this through simple savings promotions in the TurboTax Freedom Edition (tax prep software offered free as part of the IRS…

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Health care costs are putting Americans’ financial well-being at-risk, according to Cigna’s survey of U.S. consumers’ attitudes about health and finance.[i] The health plan polled over 1,800 U.S. adults in August 2014 and found that most people feel increasing health care costs will have a major impact on their financial well-being and ability to fund…

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Consumers’ Brave New World of Health Insurance in 2014

In the 2010s, consumers have adapted to many fast-changing aspects of life, quickly moving from cell phones to smartphones and from DVRs to binge-watching movies via video streams on tablets. But one aspect of American life that’s changing fast where consumers are still playing catch-up is with new forms of health insurance. Most attention is…

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Gas prices and health for the holidays

With the average price of gas at $2.74 on December 3, 2014, gas prices in the U.S. are down from $3.26 one year ago. That’s a substantial savings of fifty-two cents for a gallon of regular, and a welcome economic breath for American families as they enter the holiday season. The gas price relief was…

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