How to Make Your New Year’s Eve Celebrations Safe
In the past years, people would ring in the new year celebrating with friends and family or watching the ball drop in NY, but unfortunately, COVID-19 has changed that for […]
Second Round of Stimulus Checks Are on the Way
The second round of stimulus checks started to go out to millions of Americas as of last night, according to tweets from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. The $600 stimulus payments […]
How to Ring in the New Year with Good Health?
2020 has been a challenging year for many. As we approach 2021, we’ve realized the importance of making resolutions to lessen our stress and focus on our health, including mental […]
How Are Health Insurance Premiums Calculated?
When looking for health insurance, most wonder precisely how are premiums calculated? Well, five factors can affect a plan’s monthly premium: location, age, tobacco use, plan category, and whether the […]
What You Need to Know About PPP Round Two
President Trump signed the Relief Act into law. The new act reopened the popular Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) by allocating an additional $285 billion for the program. Small businesses that […]
Chocolate Candy Day – Rocky Road Candy Recipe
Today is National Chocolate Candy Day! Here is a yummy and super easy recipe to make rocky road candy. Ingredients 3 (7 ounce) bars milk chocolate with almonds candy 1 […]
Trump Signs COVID Relief Package
The White House said Sunday night that President Trump signed legislation for $900 billion in coronavirus economic aid and $1.4 trillion in government spending, providing support for millions of Americans and averting […]
What is the Difference Between PPO and HMO?
A common question asked is what’s the difference a PPO and HMO plan? PPO stands for Preferred Provider Organization and HMO stands for Health Maintenance Organization. A PPO health plan […]
Women Aren’t Getting the Health Care They Need During the Pandemic
When the novel coronavirus hit the US and started spreading like wildfire. Fear was keeping some ill people at home, unwilling to risk a visit to a doctor, especially if […]
NJ Minimum Wage Increasing to $12
The hourly minimum wage in New Jersey will go up by a dollar in 2021. The wage will go up to $12 an hour for most employees beginning New Year’s […]