Make Your List and Check It Twice: Making a Family Budget
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Lights are twinkling, people are a little cheerier, and there are pastries in every store.
What’s Next for the ACA: The Election and Healthcare
What will the results of the election on November 8th mean for healthcare in our state?
A Tale of Two Cities: Greenville, Wilson, and Economic Shifts
It’s no secret that there’s a seismic economic shift going on in the state and around the country. Looking ahead, the transition from primarily manufacturing jobs to service industry jobs — including those in healthcare, science/technology, and education (i.e., the “new economy”) — will impact everything from where you live to what company you work for to how you’ll get treated for the common cold.
You CAN Make Your Healthcare More Affordable. Here's How.
It’s the end of the year, silver bells are ringing, and the election is finally over. We all deserve a much-needed break from what was a contentious year, to say the least.
They’re Out-of-Network, and You’re Out of Luck
So here’s the thing about in-network hospitals: the doctors inside them aren’t necessarily in-network too. Did you know that? Because as it turns out, a lot of people don’t. And it’s costing them dearly.
To Raise, or Not to Raise? Minimum Wage, That Is
Most of us have been there, and many of us still are: earning minimum wage, and struggling to make it work. Figuring it out month to month. Unsurprisingly, the role of federal minimum wage comes up a lot in American politics these days — some folks are in favor of raising it, some for keeping it the same, and some for getting rid of it altogether.