The choice about which parent will take care of a child in the early months of life often determines who will end up as the secondary-income earner, a role that carries significant financial penalties.
Sydney Morning Herald. Thu, 20 May 2021 05:12:00 +1000.
Financial advisers say clients are increasingly concerned about how they may be able to pay for care while research found just three in ten people had set aside cash or had a plan to fund later-life care.
Daily Mail. Tue, 18 May 2021 22:28:36 +0100.
Maternity turns any woman's finances upside down, and represents an economic challenge that requires paying attention to money. Here we bring you some tips.
Iván Vázquez Islas. Entrepreneur. Sat, 01 May 2021 23:00:00 GMT.
The Affordable Care Act has lost the help of Aetna--one of the largest U.S. insurance companies--after a huge financial deficit of $430 million. CBS News' Jan Crawford explains.
CBS News. Tue, 20 Apr 2021 20:31:18 -0400.
Supreme Court justices upheld a provision in President Obama's health care reform law, giving middle and low-income Americans financial aid to buy insurance even in states with no health exchange. ...
CBS News. Mon, 05 Apr 2021 06:28:11 -0400.
From March 22 to 28, the week will feature more than 30 participating institutions and more than 100 free access educational activities.
Entrepreneur En Español. Entrepreneur. Tue, 23 Mar 2021 15:25:54 GMT.
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The word care is a noun. Care means (1) activity involved in maintaining something in good working order, (2) the work of caring for or attending to someone or something, (3) attention and management implying responsibility for safety, (4) judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger, (5) a cause for feeling concern, (6) an anxious feeling.
Care is also a verb that means (1) be concerned with, (2) feel concern or interest, (3) prefer or wish to do something, (4) be in charge of, act on, or dispose of, (5) provide care for.