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Landlords Insurance: Why You Should Never Go Without It

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Owning property certainly has its perks. To begin, it’s an investment in your future. That is, while real estate moves in cycles, the industry as a whole has consistently appreciated - so it’s safe to say that the value of properties will probably go up in the future, giving you gain on its original purchase price. Pride of ownership is another great reason to own property. You can decorate the property as you like, and feel that you’re making your monthly payments towards owning something – not just renting.

But one of the biggest perks to owning property is that you can choose to let the property out for a profit. Countless property owners rent out their properties, and subsequently reap the benefits. But, of course, there is also a lot of work and possible worry that might come with renting out a property. Will the tenants respect and take good care of the property? Can the expenditures of renting a property outweigh the profits? Will you be able to find good tenants for your property in the first place? And what if major mishaps occur - such as theft, vandalism or even natural disasters - while your property is rented out?

Racial Health Outcome Disparities Lower Under Universal Health Care: Harvard Study Medicare Gap is Closing

Racial Health Outcome Disparities Lower Under Universal Health Care:  Harvard Study

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(Best Syndication News) Health care outcomes have been partially dependant on race and ethnicity even if recipients were eligible for Medicare, but that gap is narrowing according to researchers from Harvard Medical School. It has long been known that there is a link between health insurance and outcome, but there has not been much attention paid to outcomes in a near-universal system like Medicare.

Using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), the researchers noticed a disparity among Medicare recipients but say that gap is tightening. They compared the data generated by 6,000 people between the ages of 40 and 85 and found that health indicators improved for all groups between 1999 and 2006, but socio-demographic gaps remained unchanged or even widened in some cases.

Life Insurance Company to Offer Over-100s Policy

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London (BEST SYNDICATION) 15, April 2009 – In an unprecedented move, a United Kingdom based life insurance provider has begun marketing an assurance policy for people over the age of 100.

With the average age of individuals increasing every year, Life Insure has decided to start offering cover to the very elderly. They will be offering a special Over-100s assurance policy in the coming months. The new policy will allow people that were born before 1909, a unique opportunity to purchase the life insurance they so badly desire. Existing policies would only cover people to the age of 80.

The Manchester Centenarian Club was overjoyed by the news. Their headquarters on York Street were bustling at press time when almost every member of the three-member group came down to celebrate the news.

Motorcycle Accidents

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Over the past 20 years, motorcycle ownership and motorcycle accidents have been increasing. In 1998 alone, approximately 49,000 motorcycle riders were injured in accidents. 2005 saw 87,000 people injured in motorcycle accidents, and 2007 saw approximately 123,000 motorcycle accidents, including 5154 deaths, while automobile fatalities dropped. These motorcycle accident and fatality numbers continued to rise in 2008.

Motorcycle Dangers

The dangers facing motorcycle riders are unique and place the motorcycle rider at a much greater risk of injury than the driver or passenger of an automobile. These dangers include:

• Engine size
• Speed
• Highway layout and design
• Alcohol
• Helmet use
• Rural versus non-rural roadways

The End of Private Health Insurance

 The End of Private Health Insurance

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(Best Syndication News) There are competing interests at work in congress and the medical insurance industry, and the Democrats may win this round. The Democrats have been advocating a “public option” for health insurance, one that is financed by the taxpayer similar to Medicare.

Insiders wonder if a private insurance industry could compete with a public alternative after complaints and news stories surrounding the denial of claims and even policy cancellations. Roger Moore’s movie “Sicko” didn’t highlight the problem of the uninsured but emphasized the problems associated with being insured by private companies.

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