At the heart of the health care reform clash is a 1942 case of a farmer's wheat.

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Small-Picture Approach Flips Medical Economics (New York Times)

New group-provider model Affordable Care Organizations are not a resurrection of HMOs.

 

By 2037, Health Insurance Will Swallow Your Entire Paycheck (Washington Post)

Researcher projections put health insurance premiums exceeding average household income by 2037.

 

The One Percent Worried About Job Loss, Saving For Retirement (Huffington Post)

Money does not buy happiness, nor does it rid the fear of destitution.

 

The Health Law and the Supreme Court: A Primer for the Upcoming Oral Arguments (Kaiser Health News)

Brush up on the health care law arguments the Supreme Court will hear later this month.

 

Why Greg Smith is ‘Dead Right’ About Goldman Sachs (The Atlantic)

Two differing viewpoints on Wall Street have come out recently. Which position is correct?

 

If Employers Stop Paying Health Care, Who Wins? (Maybe, Everyone) (The Atlantic)

Employers that drop health coverage could have the additional benefit of reducing the deficit.

 

The New Retirement Resorts (Wall Street Journal)

Cottages, cruise ships and Costa Rica are among the alternatives to traditional assisted living.

 

The Best Way to Shorten the Sales Cycle (Inc.)

The power to shorten the sales cycle is in the salesperson’s control.

 

At Heart of Health Law Clash, a 1942 Case of a Farmer’s Wheat (New York Times)

A 1942 decision is the basis for the Supreme Court’s modern understanding of the scope of federal power.

 

With More Blended Families, Estate Planning Gets Ugly (USA Today)

Health-care costs, blended families making inheritances smaller.

 

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