Saturday, August 1, 2015 Av 16, 5775
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Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
Amazingly, Thanksgiving is here, and the year is almost over. Somehow, when we became distracted by the day-to-day details of our busy lives, we missed the year going by. It's one of the poignant ironies of life that the more precious we realize time is, the more quickly it passes us by. We were also distracted by the news -...
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Andrew Lasner, JE Feature
The negotiation haggling is over, the inspection is history, and the nail-biting settlement period has closed. Now comes the tough part - moving! Research tells us that moving is usually one of the most stressful events in a person's life, ranked as high as the death of a loved one or divorce. No matter how old you are, moving is...
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Current attempts to curtail government spending in Washington and Harrisburg have social-service advocates concerned that those who depend on government funds for everything from health care to job training might be left in the lurch. During a Center City forum focusing on policy issues affecting low-income families, sponsored by the United Way of Eastern Pennsylvania - of which the Jewish...
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Energy consumption is on the rise, and the depletion of fossil fuels has become a growing problem in the United States. According to the United States Department of Energy, the U.S. uses almost a million dollars of electricity a minute, which is equivalent to approximately $525.6 billion each year. On a smaller scale, the average American family spends nearly $1,500...
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As of this week, everyone who is entitled to Medicare Part A or enrolled in Medicare Part B will need to decide whether to enroll in Medicare's new prescription-drug benefit. Medicare Part D, as it is called, begins Jan. 1. According to the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, this new Medicare plan can offer savings on prescription drugs. Medicare...
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