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Marotta On Money - August 18 Newsletter

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Why Are Insurance Companies Reluctant to Cover Preventative Care? (08-17-2014)

Dr. Michael Kirsch, a practicing physician and newspaper columnist, has lamented that he can never answer certain questions satisfactorily for his patients. Like many doctors, Kirsch doesn't like Obamacare and would like to see it repealed. We've done a series to propose some answers to his questions. Our responses to his first two questions on why drugs are cheaper drugs in Canada and the exorbitant fees charged by hospitals for small items can be found on our blog.
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Free NCEF Seminar: NAPs: Tax Credits for Giving to Local Charities

If you missed Matt's talk, you can download the slides and his narration at SlideShare. *Topic:* Neighborhood Assistance Programs: Tax Credits for Giving to Local Charities *Speaker:* Matthew Illian, CFP®, AIF® Wealth Manager, Marotta Wealth Management, Inc.
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Avoid Budget Busters Part 2: Curb Your Worst Impulses (03-08-2010)

Frugality is the new status symbol, or at least it ought to be. It is green. It is compassionate. And it brings with it a financial margin for when life colors outside the lines. It helps bring us the priceless gift of serenity and contentment. Bruce Waltke translates Proverbs 10:4 as "A poor person is made with a slack palm. " To be wise financially, our hands must remain steady. Extend your hand toward an impulse purchase and with one weak flick of your credit card, all thoughtful budget planning can be hopelessly broken.
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