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News You Can Use - Monday, March 19, 2012 15:45 - 0 Comments
What’s the Difference?
“A tax credit lowers your tax bill dollar for dollar. A deduction shaves money off your taxable income, so the value depends on your tax bracket. If you’re in the 25% bracket, a $1,000 deduction lowers your tax bill by $250. But a $1,000 credit lowers the bill by the full $1,000, no matter in which bracket you are.” (Kimberly Lankford, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance).
Health Care Updates
- If Health Plans Roll Back Coverage, They Could Affect Children With Developmental Disabilities
- 30 Million To Remain Uninsured Under Obamacare: New State-By-State Estimates At Health Affairs Blog
- Medicaid Expansion Best Financial Option For States
- Law Dramatically Reduced Hospital Prices For The Uninsured
- Young Adults Benefit Financially From Health Reform
- Immunological Tests Superior In Colon Cancer Screening
- Spirometry Reveals Over-Diagnosis Of COPD Among Uninsured Patients
- Health Care Costs More Than Year Of Groceries For American Families
- State report finds Wisconsin economy lagging
- PwC projects slower health care cost increases
- Should hospital payments be cut if it's cheaper in doctor's office?
- Phoenix health execs sound off on the art and science of health care reform (Video)
- Health care execs weigh in on Supreme Court's genetic patent ruling
- Caddis Partners makes massive move into senior living development
- Medtronic Spinal faces lawsuits over Infuse product
- Starkey Inc. attracting national attention for dementia-care facilities