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July 2012 Archives

SSI reforms may empower greater saving, work opportunities

Think back to your first job. It likely didn't pay that much. Chances are that you were also in high school at the time, living at home and a dependent of your parents. For that reason, what the job lacked in pay was more than made up for in real-life work experience. The lessons you learned from that first job likely still serve you in your present career.

Disabled borrowers can seek discharge of federal college loans

Many New Jersey students fear that they won't be able to repay college loans upon graduating. For that reason, college financial planning remains a perennial news item. Advisors recommend investigating all interest rate and repayment options before taking on any loans, utilizing any grace periods before beginning payments, and drawing up a budget proposal based on anticipated earnings after graduation.

Will Obamacare include benefits for autistic children?

Behavioral health services for those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder were originally intended to be included as part of the essential benefits package in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, according to a statement made by the Secretary of the U.S. Health and Human Services earlier this year.

Fibromyalgia patients explore alternative treatments

Some New Jersey patients diagnosed with fibromyalgia find that drug treatments provide only limited relief for their chronic pain symptoms. For that reason, many explore alternative treatments such as acupuncture, local electrical stimulation, brain stimulation, and medical marijuana use.

SSI card may qualify some New Jersey residents for veggie vouchers

Summer in the garden state offers fresh produce such as fruits, vegetables and herbs, and one of the best places to get them is at local farmers' markets. Some eligible seniors may also be able to shop at those markets with vouchers: a local New Jersey Office on Aging and Disability is accepting applications for $20 worth of vouchers, while supplies last, for use at participating farmers' markets in Somerset County.

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