Cold winter weather has hit with a blast. Now is the time to prepare as much as possible, so you can reduce your 2018 heating bills, save money, and use energy in a more efficient manner. Preparing now will not only help you reduce your household expenses, but it is also good for the environment.
Many states will soon require that anyone who is receiving Medicaid will either need to work, actively be seeking employment, or volunteer in order to continue to receive this benefit program. It will only apply to able bodied adults who are physically and/or mentally able to hold down some type of job.
Diaper drives are local events that are held throughout the nation. They can be held by any number of organizations, ranging from charities such as the Salvation Army to schools, Junior Leagues, TV stations, corporations, and any number of groups. The goal is to collect either money or surplus diapers from the community and then pass them on to struggling, lower income parents.
The enrollment period for 2018 Obamacare policies starts on November 1, 2017 and it runs through December 15, 2017. That 45-day period allows millions of Americans to shop for, and enroll into, health insurance policies for the 2018 calendar year.
Millions of Americans struggle to pay their medical bills, and 11.7% of Americans lack health insurance according to Gallup. We understand that health care is expensive, but the fact is one of the easiest ways to save money is to live a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately for the 40% of adults who are obese according to the 2017 National Center for Health Statistics study, they are not living healthy.