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Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island announced recently that buses from the R.I. Public Transit Authority fleet have begun promoting HHCRI’s specially designed charity license plate. more
Pediatric experts at Hasbro Children’s Hospital are warning parents against using topical pain medications medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, on infants as they can be harmful and cause injury to children. more
Bayada Home Health Care Nurse Darlene Radcliffe-Dumont recently received special recognition from the National Association for Home Care & Hospice and the Home Health Nurses Association. more
The accidental drug overdose problem continues in the state, and the Hospital Association of Rhode Island recently released a statement detailing ways that the state’s hospitals have been responding to the crisis. more
Two free workshops for entrepreneurs will be held Wed., Sept. 17 in Mansfield, Mass., sponsored by the South Eastern Economic Development Corp. and Mansfield Bank. more
Rhode Island has the lowest mortgage rate in the nation at 3.4 percent, according to a survey by gobankingrates.com. more
Tax-deductible education expenses can help offset the financial stress of college costs, and with students preparing to return to school, it’s important to be aware of tax information relevant to both primary and secondary school, according to Loree Dubois, tax principal of Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co. more
Short-term corporate cash is increasingly being held in banks, with banks deposits now accounting for 52 percent – the largest percentage ever – of short-term corporate investment balances, according to a study by the Association for Financial Professionals, underwritten by RBS Citizens. more
The good news about health care spending continues. In the first nine months of this fiscal year, Medicare spending increased only 1.2 percent in nominal terms, and for 2014, it’s now projected to be $1,000 lower per beneficiary than the Congressional Budget Office said it would be as recently as 2010. Even the Medicare trustees are starting to recognize that something big may be happening. more
Concern about rising wealth and income inequality has generated all kinds of solutions, often focused on improving the lot of the people at the bottom with measures such as minimum wages. But instead of putting a floor on what people get, why not put a ceiling on how much they get to keep? more
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