Day: April 6, 2018

Top 25 Health Insurance Companies in the U.S.

The largest 125 U.S. health insurers collected approximately $713 billion in premiums, with the top 25 accounting for nearly two-thirds of the total. While being a large insurers does not necessarily mean they provide the best health insurance, it is an interesting look at total market share in the health insurance […]

4 Tax Deductions You Had No Idea Existed

What you don’t know can hurt you, especially when it comes to taxes. The onus is on you to find all the deductions you can and claim them. Here’s a look at four commonly overlooked tax deductions. Summer Day Camp for Your Kids Daycare isn’t the only type of childcare […]

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Stephen Hawking

Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking died on March 14, 2018—also known as Pi Day—at age 76. The scientist stands out for his significant contributions to the field of cosmology, the study of the origin and development of the universe. During his career, Hawking became a cultural icon who tried to make scientific […]

The Complete Guide to Senior Discounts

Senior citizen discounts are one of few truly great perks that come with getting older. You can start collecting senior discounts from some stores as soon as you turn 50, so you might begin saving before you even qualify for retirement! To help you keep track of all the deals, […]

This Is the Risk Amazon Faces From Trump

President Donald Trump is continuing his assault on Amazon.com, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN), sending the stock down another 5.2 percent Monday. While some Wall Street analysts say Amazon is mostly shielded from a potential regulatory crackdown in Washington, others are concerned Trump’s words may be doing more damage than investors realize. […]

Why April 7 is National Beer Day

WASHINGTON — Friday, April 7, is National Beer Day, which commemorates April 7, 1933, the day that the Cullen-Harrison Act was enacted. It was signed into law by President Franklin Roosevelt on March 22, 1933. The law allowed for the legal sale of low-alcohol beer in the United States, several […]

Important Events From This day in History April 7th

1949 – U.S.A. “South Pacific” 1949 : Rodgers and Hammerstein debut their hit musical “South Pacific” on Broadway. The production continues to be a favorite among high school and community theater groups today. Some of the best loved songs from the musical include “Bali Ha’i,” “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Younger than […]

Income Tax Deadlines in 2018

At some point every spring, Americans begin scrambling as they try to figure out what forms they must file and when they must file them in the new tax season. The official deadline to file your federal income tax return each year can be a little shifty. Yes, it’s supposed […]