The smoke signals about the economy could be misleading

  At first blush, the economy appears to be turning around the corner. Government debt is under control.  Yields are coming down, signaling more confidence in government debt instruments.  They seem to suggest that the risk in government debt is reducing. As a CARE report states, the Central...
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5 Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make During Open Enrollment

Fall is a time of leaves changing colors, children going back to school, families enjoying Thanksgiving dinners, and…open enrollment. Yes, it’s the opportunity for most employees to select which benefits they will choose for the following year. Here are some of the most common mistakes we see people...
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Can Metformin Help with Macular Degeneration?

The popular diabetes medication, metformin, may soon be used not just to regulate blood sugar, but to protect against a common form of blindness, called macular degeneration. Researchers have discovered that people who use metformin to treat type 2 diabetes have a significantly lower rate of age-related macular...
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Want to make some smart moves while investing? Think Glocal

  In the investing world, sales and product brochures are cleverly laced with data that shows the potential investor exactly what the product manufacturer wants to present. It’s common to see the numbers being picked and chosen to convince someone of the opportunity or the lack thereof. As...
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