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What the AHCA’s preexisting condition manners could cost you

Health insurance coverage for people with preexisting conditions is at the core of the plead over the Republicans’ American Health Care Act. Passed Tuesday by the House of Representatives, the legislation is now in the hands of the Senate, where it’s approaching to bear major changes.   One of the biggest areas of regard is the AHCA’s sustenance that allows …

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The 5 many critical pursuit numbers to know right now

The economy is up and running, according to April’s flushed jobs report from the U.S. Department of Labor: businesses are hiring, salary continue to arise and for people who wish work, it’s not unfit to get a job.  But the long-term trends that have tormented the American worker given the 2008 financial predicament aren’t going away, as the latest sum …

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Coach’s bling fling, will spend $2.4B on Kate Spade

NEW YORK — Coach will spend $2.4 billion for Kate Spade, restraining together two premier brands in the oppulance products zone that have fought to trap younger shoppers. Noting that essential demographic, Coach Inc. CEO Victor Luis pronounced in a company recover Monday that Kate Spade has a “strong recognition among consumers, generally millennials.” Coach will compensate $18.50 per share …

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You could sell in May — or measure by shopping these stocks

May is here, and the discuss about either to mind the “Sell in May” proverb is as pointy as ever. The topic that investors should “sell in May and stay away” is formed on the Stock Traders Almanac’s anticipating that the misfortune 6 months to put income in the batch marketplace is the duration from May by October. Scores of …

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Federal home heating assistance program is safe, for now

MILTON, Vt. — The sovereign program that helps low-income people feverishness their homes in the winter and, in some areas, cold them in the summer has been saved from rejecting in the just-passed sovereign budget. While that’s good news for people who used the program in the just-finished heating season, next year’s appropriation will have to be negotiated by Congress …

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Punching in past 65: Older-worker rate top given 1962

NEW YORK — Retire by your mid-60s? How 1960s. More Americans age 65 and over are still punching the clock, and the last time the commission was this high was when John F. Kennedy was in the White House. Last month, 19 percent of Americans age 65 and over were still working, according to supervision information expelled Friday. That’s the top …

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What Warren Buffett sees as American business’ "tapeworm"

By Michael Douglass When Warren Buffett was asked Saturday about the American Health Care Act (AHCA), taxes seemed the likely subject of discussion. After all, President Donald Trump has signaled that the AHCA is the first storm in a broader taxation strategy designed to make American businesses some-more competitive. (And Warren Buffett has never been bashful about taxation policy.) But …

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Queens squad member finds emancipation with Columbia degree

Richard Gamarra’s prolonged outing from invalid to the Ivy League ends next week with a master’s grade — in redemption. The former Latin King gangbanger, after 7 years behind bars for attack and arms convictions, graduates May 17 from Columbia University’s eminent Mailman School of Public Health. He never illusory swapping a jail jumpsuit for the university’s iconic blue top …

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Assemblyman Herman "Denny" Farrell won’t run again

Here is an stretched chronicle of the second object from my “Albany Insider” mainstay from Monday’s imitation editions: The longtime conduct of the absolute Assembly Ways and Means Committee will not find reelection in 2018, sources close to him say. Assemblyman Herman “Denny” Farrell (D-Manhattan) has served in the Legislature for 42 years, making him the third longest active Assembly …

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Ex-Jet Michael Faulkner drops out of NYC mayor race

Republican Michel Faulkner is dropping out of the race for mayor — but will run for city controller instead, he pronounced Sunday. Faulkner, a former New York Jet and now a Harlem minister, launched a long-shot bid to better Mayor de Blasio some-more than two years before the 2017 election. He now says he’s abandoning that bid, which has lifted …

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