Category: Opinion

Practical Money Matters – September 10, 2014

By Jason Alderman Social Security to Resume Mailed Benefit Statements Call it a paperless experiment that didn’t quite pan out. […]

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Healthy Conversations: Understanding the Basics of Medicare

Medicare can often be complex and confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. Medicare, a federal health insurance program for […]

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Practical Money Matters – September 3, 2014

By Jason Alderman Will Your Kids Inherit Your Debt? Many people finally get around to writing a will in order […]

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Practical Money Matters – August 27, 2014

By Jason Alderman Identity Thieves Target Kids as Well as Adults I’m sorry to report that child identity fraud is […]

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Practical Money Matters – August 20, 2014

Here’s Credit 101 for Your College Freshman By Jason Alderman To parents with a freshman entering college this fall: You’re […]

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Letter to the Editor – Patricia Sass

Dear Editor, I am writing to voice my support for Bruce Braley for U.S. Senate. The Senate election has deteriorated […]

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ViewPoint: A Healthy Start to the School Year- Back-to-School Physicals

It’s that time of year again. In a few short weeks, students will return to the classroom, and back-to-school preparations […]

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Practical Money Matters – August 13, 2014

By Jason Alderman Consumer Reporting Agencies Follow Your Moves By now, you’ve probably heard about the Big Three credit bureaus […]

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Practical Money Matters – August 6, 2014

By Jason Alderman The Ins and Outs of 529 College Savings Plans For many people, their biggest expenses in life […]

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Letter to the Editor – Joel Parsons

To the Editor: The dollars farmers get from the Rock Island Clean Line (RICL) transmission line won’t pencil out. The […]

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