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Our Cyril Tuohy sat down with his neighborhood insurance agent to review his coverage and he realized he never could have had that conversation with someone working out of a call center.
Feb. 28– Since Donald Trump swept past Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton to win the electoral college and ushered in a wave of objectionable appointments and orders– the Democratic Party has struggled to unite its newly energized progressive wing and its established membership, a feat that has proved difficult. The race for chair of the Democratic National…
Another insurer agrees to use the Social Security Administration database to search for beneficiaries who might be owed benefits.
A law passed in Maryland last summer could give those without conventional pensions or 401 plans a way to save for retirement without the nuisance of setting up individual savings accounts. Maryland is one of only a handful of states to try such a plan, which eases the costs and strain for smaller companies wrestling with retirement options.