About reports that court rulings will wound Obamacare, maybe fatally: They’re premature at the least. And probably are vastly overstated. Only one ruling has gone against the legality of subsidies for insurance bought through the federal exchange instead of state-run exchanges. And that ruling, by a three-judge appellate panel in Washington, D.C., seems ripe for reversal when the Obama administration asks the full 11-judge court to rehear the case. Rulings by other federal courts have upheld the health insurance subsidies.
Buying shares of a growth company early in its run to greatness is the holy grail of stock picking. The goal is to get in at a relatively cheap price, hang on as revenue and earnings rise sharply, and reap big returns as other investors hop aboard. But after the stock market’s phenomenal five-year bull run, finding undiscovered gems today is no easy feat.
There’s a very good chance that you and your cable company aren’t on good terms. According to a recent survey by cg42, a business consulting group, cable providers experience the worst level of consumer frustration of all industries in the U.S. – even worse than banking. A full 53% of cable customers said they would leave their provider if they thought they could, the survey found.
The reasons for frustration are many, including high costs and poor customer service. No matter what annoys you most about your cable company, there is something you can do about it. We found creative ways for you to conquer your cable frustrations, which will allow you to rest easy while you enjoy your time in front of the television.
If you’re not in the habit of looking for a coupon code before you make an online purchase, you’re missing an opportunity to save. Here are the top sources and times for finding discount codes to save big bucks.
An ideal stock portfolio for a retiree would be a diversified mix of strong companies that pay generous dividends. If the company sells products that are easily explained to the grandkids, that’s a plus.
You might not want to think about back-to-school shopping, But in many areas of the country, kids will be heading back to the classroom in early August. You can shop tax-free for clothing, computers, school supplies and more on certain days in these 16 states.