The Battle Against High Prescription Drug Prices

Americans are paying more for prescription medication and it’s time to start paying attention. This post will explore a recent investigation conducted by Consumer Reports, where it was uncovered that one-third of Americans are seeing higher prices for prescriptions. Beyond that, one-in-six people actually chose to avoid getting a prescription filled because of the cost. As […]


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A Look at the 2016 Workplace Benefits Report

Financial Wellness was a critical component in the 2016 Workplace Benefits Report from Bank of America. The study honed in on employees and the incredible need for more tools, education and resources. 60% of employees surveyed reported feeling somewhat or very stressed about their financial situation, up from 50% in 2013. This uncertainty stretches across all generations too – […]


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