How to choose the best cell phone plan for your small business in 2020

Sprint Sprint is in the midst of reorganizing its small business offerings in the wake of its merger with T-Mobile. Today, its small business and cell phone and data plans feature a simple interactive menu that leads to its familiar offerings of Unlimited Basic and Unlimited Premium for $200 and $300 per month respectively for […]

New to Medicare? Choosing coverage for next year? Know these key dates

Looking to learn more? You may be enrolling in Medicare for the first time; you may be looking to change coverage during the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period, Oct. 15 to Dec. 7; you may be helping a loved one with their Medicare decisions. No matter your situation, visit to access resources to help you […]

Get to know Medicare with these resources

Add Medicare supplement insurance and/or a standalone Medicare prescription drug plan (Part D) to Original Medicare. Choose a Medicare Advantage plan (Part C), which combines Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance) in one plan. Most plans include prescription drug coverage (Part D), and many offer coverage for things like routine dental and […]

Medicare Part D: Three factors that could save you money

Now is a great time to start thinking about your health and budget needs for the upcoming year. Whether you’ll be enrolling in Medicare for the first time, looking to change your coverage during Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period, or helping a loved one make decisions, visit to access resources to help you prepare and […]

Israel Plans to Broadcast 2018 World Cup to Arab States as Gesture of Respect

Israel named the decision to broadcast the 2018 World Cup “a historic step,” that confirms the status of the Arabic language and the respect that Israel has for it, as Arabs amount to 20 percent of the country’s population. The FIFA World Cup 2018 will be held in Russia from June 14 to July 15. The matches will take place at 12 venues in 11 cities […]

From deductibles to donuts: Key terms to know about Medicare Part D

The majority of Part D plans have a coverage gap known as a “donut hole.” For example, in 2020, you enter this donut hole once your out-of-pocket costs (including deductibles, copays and coinsurance) for prescription drugs reach $4,020. Once you’re in the donut hole, you will pay 25% of the cost of your drugs. In […]

Houston employees are signing up for PPOs, high-deductible plans, new study finds

Companies may offer several health insurance options as part of their benefits package. Roughly 40 percent of employees offered a PPO chose it compared to 34 percent of employees offered EPOs. About 30 percent of employees at businesses that offer HMOs opted for that plan, according to the survey.

Kamala Harris’ new health plan draws critics from all sides

The onslaught offered a preview of the Democrat-on-Democrat fighting that will likely unfold over two nights of presidential debates that begin on Tuesday. It left Harris back in the uncomfortable spot she’s been for months: explaining herself on health care. Campaigning on Monday in Detroit, she praised Medicare for All’s chief architect,

Hilary Swank files federal lawsuit against actors’ union health plan over coverage for ovarian cysts

The lawsuit argued that the issue ‘addresses the shockingly antiquated question of whether the sole purpose of a woman, and specifically her ovaries, is to procreate. When faced with a claim for insurance benefits for the medically necessary treatment of ovarian cysts and endometriosis, the Trustees answered ”yes,” determining that there could be no possible […]

Keeping Up With The Kardashians has no spinoffs planned says producer Ryan Seacrest: ‘We have not crossed that bridge yet’

There have already been nine spin-offs: Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Khloé & Lamar, Kourtney and Khloé Take The Hamptons, Dash Dolls, Rob & Chyna, I Am Cait, Life of Kylie, and Flip It Like Disick.