Florida’s aging population poses challenges on the road, but some changes could make driving easier.
If you think you don’t have time to exercise, new research might make you feel differently.
Will the newest changes to the health insurance landscape affect you, will Uncle Sam pick up part of the cost, what’s the penalty for not buying insurance, and how much will you have to pay to become insured?
A self-reported survey of middle school and high school students shows the number of users doubled from 2011 to 2012.
Compared with, say, AARP, membership with AAA is pricey. Do you get your money’s worth? Let’s take a look.
This week: how to get work experience without having a job, whether you should let your insurance company track your driving habits, car insurance myths you should be aware of, exercises you can do at home, and a bunch of ways to earn extra money.
People will be able to apply for health insurance coverage on the state marketplaces beginning Oct. 1. There are steps you can take now to make that process easier.