February 27, 2024
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ERISA is federal legislation that sets minimum rules for most private-sector retirement and health programs. It is administered by the Department of Labor and covers both defined benefit and defined contribution plans, such as 401(k). Before ERISA, employees protected by company retirement programs had limited federal protection. Employers could unilaterally cancel retirement and pension commitments […]

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Coping with the demise of a loved one is a debilitating experience, both emotionally and physically. But, if you’re named the deceased person’s executor, a large portion of your mourning period will be consumed by you having to deal with various financial and administrative drudgery. These responsibilities can bring upon emotional stress if you are […]

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Loud noises in the workplace are often common and each person should take the necessary precautions to avoid sustaining damage that can cause long-term hearing deficiencies. While there are many types of environmental factors that can lead to permanent damage, there are three types of hearing loss: Conductive (involves outer or middle ear) Sensorineural (involves […]

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I am a 34-year-old with a mother who is 72 and a father who recently passed from Parkinson’s Disease. My father was 69 and I helped just about every day with the at-times daunting task of bathing, feeding, and reading to him. Luckily, through the current health care system, nurses were able to come into […]

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