Age 30 has become the new benchmark for people to get their lives together, and advice on how to do that abounds. But in fact, most of us already know how to succeed: We just happen to let ourselves -- and a few convenient lies -- get in the way.
If the Affordable Care Act performs as advertised, tens of millions of Americans will benefit directly. But there will be other beneficiaries, too -- and some will make good investments. For example: Weight Watchers.
Open enrollment season is upon us, when employees can chose again from among the smorgasbord of benefit options offered by their employers. To help you ensure you're getting the most bang for your health care buck -- and not paying more than you need to -- we went to the experts for advice.
Sam's Club, the discount warehouse owned by Walmart, has begun selling a basic health package called the Prevention Plan this month. But the $99 plan isn't actual health insurance: It's a personalized health management program that gives consumers access to tools to help evaluate their health.