The I-Team has discovered that people who have been dead for over a year are still receiving benefits from Massachusetts taxpayers.
In doing research for one of my books, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Retiring Early”, I found that early for most people was retiring at 55.
Obamacare Heads To The Supreme Court!
Former Rep. Patrick Kennedy says his father’s legacy on federal health care legislation is being misrepresented by Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown.
Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich once praised the health care law enacted in Massachusetts by then-Gov. Mitt Romney.
If you’ve reached the magic age of Medicare, which is 65, you shouldn’t have any problems with doctors and health care facilities accepting your health insurance wherever you are in the U.S.
Sounds so good, retire somewhere warm, or exotic or really cheap or all of the above.
NightSide’s Dan Rea talks with Dr. Starner Jones about healthcare in America.
With the healthcare program in Ma. and almost federally, aren’t we a socialist country? Isn’t that a closer step to communism?
BOSTON (AP) – Massachusetts has the highest percentage of insured residents of any state, but access to medical care, especially to primary care doctors and a wide number of specialists, continues to be tight.