Depending on the platform and media outlet, there are plenty of spurious or misinterpreted statistics spouted about print media’s future, especially as different industries continue to lose revenue as years pass. Magazines, newspapers, and advertising

Marriage is a complex financial arrangement in which both parties pool assets and liabilities.  In many cases, the situation can become even more complicated if the marriage is dissolved.  A divorce involves a distribution of

When most people get sick, one of the last things on their mind is finding the cheapest care provider in the area. For most Americans, the primary concern is treating the ailment while financial concerns

In 2016, almost 91 percent of the U.S. population had some form of health insurance. Forty-nine percent had health coverage through their employer, while 33 percent was covered through Medicare or Medicaid. Another 9 percent

As the country’s largest insurer and one of the government’s costliest social programs, Medicaid has come under close scrutiny in recent years.  The federal and state government insurance program was expanded in 2010 under the

According to Scholastic’s “Kids and Family Reading Report”, nearly 50% of parents say that they read to their children before they were three months old, with 37% of children in this age group being read

There are currently almost 46 million Americans aged 65 or older in the United States, and many of these seniors require long-term medical care.  This constitutes more than 15 percent of the entire U.S. population,

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