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Budget-friendly tips to help you pay for the rising cost of living

To have real control over where your money is going, itas best to outline what you plan on spending before it is spent

FP Explains: How to use life insurance to save tax and build wealth

Life insurance can be a lifelong financial friend whether itas for estate planning, investing or as tax-free deposits into your account at retirement

A deep dive into the 'strategic' capital gain and loss planning you should do this year

When capital gains are inevitable, use these strategies to reduce your tax

This couple kept their finances separate which helped set them up for a solid retirementA A A

'This couple has done everything right,' expert says. 'Their bookkeeping process of separate finances gives them a good focus on their finances'

Job risk and illness complicate this Alberta couple's retirement outlook

Larry and Jessica have no choice but to accept the process of reduced global dependence on oil, but they have the resources to retire with financial security

The pandemic has complicated child support payments by the self-employed

Laurie H. Pawlitza: Courts are more carefully scrutinizing the pre-tax earnings remaining in a corporation controlled by a support payor

Julia's investments are up 60 per cent, but is it enough to let her squeak by in retirement?

The challenge, expert notes, is to find a way for a person with a modest income and pension plan to retire before 65

How to avoid a debt hangover after the holiday spending season

Sometimes a 'sale' only results in spending more instead of saving money

The pandemic wedding boom is in full bloom, but for many young couples the financial picture has never been cloudier

Talking about their sex lives often easier for couples than talking about finances

This Ontario woman needs a retirement tune-up, and downsizing her home could do the trick

Sarah will also have to work part-time for five years to meet her goals of $60,000 a year

Turning rental properties into investment cash flow key to Ontario couple's retirement

'The couple is banking on appreciation to justify the extra risk, complexity and work of owning two rental properties,' expert says

FP Answers: What effect will changing employers have on my investment strategy?

Wilson's new job offers a lot more money, but not the same kind of pension. How will this switch affect the asset mix for his investment portfolio going forward?

Surging real estate wealth is a golden opportunity for some to accelerate retirement plans

Some British Columbia and Ontario residents could do downsizes of $1 million or more and live in comparable homes

Couple with under $200K in assets needs to pay down debt to make retirement math work

East coast couple has to realize that balancing costs and income will be a challenge

Why failure to disclose financial information is 'the cancer' of family law

Ontario woman claims husband said his net worth was zero, while he told the bank it was $21 million

This couple is so meticulous in their planning, they're even thinking about their cats' future

'Their frugal ways will protect their financial future,' expert says

'Til debt do us part? How to avoid fighting about money when combining finances

It is essential to have clear, honest and open communication when it comes to organizing your finances with a new partner

B.C. couple considers commuting their pensions, but managing money comes with big risks

Rather than commute pensions, they could close the gap by spending some of their $256,000 in RRSPs

Couple with special needs child wants to ensure she's taken care of before they plan retirement

Their choice to close the gap is either to spend less or to sell their $400,000 antique car

Possible downsides behind record increase in home equity lines of credit

Consumers who are considering consolidating their debt into their mortgage or HELOC should first review their spending habits

Move to Calgary would cut this frugal Yukon couple's expenses even further in retirement

Two-defined benefit pensions, no debt and savings add to their security

What you should expect from your investment adviser

Clients and advisers must respect each other and like one another. This is a long-term relationship with regular contact

Stop putting it off a Adult children need to have that difficult talk about aging with their parents now

No one wants to plan for their parents being incapacitated, but itas important to do so before you are forced into making quick decisions

Smart planning, investments put this Indigenous couple's retirement on solid ground

'Tax law, ambition and frugality will give this couple a very comfortable retirement'

FP Explains: Everything you need to know about using a reverse mortgage

Youave seen the commercials advising a reverse mortgage to help you get the cash flow to maintain your retirement lifestyle. Letas run the numbers

How to get in control of the financial issues stressing you out

Use these tips to take control of your spending and ease your anxiety

What to expect (financially) when you're expecting

Jason Heath: New parents have a lot to learn and these financial considerations can help families feel a bit more prepared

Why numbers say you need to start planning for your kids' future education now

Here are some fast facts about paying for post-secondary education in Canada

This Ontario couple has nearly $4 million in assets, but the real-estate heavy mix needs to change

They have four rentals, with a present value of $2.29 million, yielding a 3 per cent return. Sell the rentals, expert advises

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Genesis Healthcare Inc. Agrees to Resolve Whistleblower Case for $53.6 Million

The Department of Justice recently announced that Genesis Healthcare Inc. will pay $53.6 million to resolve A allegations that it and its subsidiaries submitted false claims to government healthcare programs forA medically unnecessary therapy and hospice services, and grossly substandard nursing care. The case was brought by 7 whistleblowers who brought 6 separate federal lawsuits in the […]

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Prestige Healthcare Pays Government for its False Billing Role in Genetic Testing Fraud

Prestige Administrative Services, LLC d/b/a Prestige Healthcare (Prestige), headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky has agreed to pay the United States to resolve genetic testing fraud allegations that it violated the False Claims Act. The Medicare false billing allegations involvedA unnecessary and fraudulent genetic testing.A Prestige is an owner/operator of nursing homes in several states, including four facilities […]

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Hospital Service Provider Pays $60 Million to Settle Healthcare Fraud Allegations

Recently, the Department of Justice announced that TeamHealth Holdings (successor in interest to IPC Healthcare Inc.) has agreed to pay $60 million to resolve upcoding allegations by billing Medicare, Medicaid, the Defense Health Agency and the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program for higher and more expensive levels of medical service than were actually performed.A The […]

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Medicare Dollars Are Still Siphoned Through Ambulance Fraud

“Ambulance service companies should be focused on the needs of the patients,a said HHS OfficeA of Inspector General Special Agent in Charge Phillip Coyne. He continued: Billing Medicare for ambulance rides thatA were unnecessary or at a higher rate than could be medically justified is unacceptable. Together withA our law enforcement partners, we will seek out and stop […]

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Civil Health Care Fraud Recoveries Have Exceeded $2 billion for the Seventh Consecutive Year

Deputy Assistant Attorney General Benjamin C. Mizer, head of the Justice Departmentas Civil Division, announced recently that the Department of Justice obtained more than $4.7 billion in settlements and judgments from civil cases involving fraudulent claims against the government in fiscal year 2016. This is the third highest annual recovery in False Claims Act history, […]

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Anti-Kickback Statute Reaches Consultants Who Seek to Improperly Influence Healthcare Providers

The vast majority of False Claims Act settlements involving kickback allegations have been instances where healthcare providers have allegedly received kickbacks for utilizing a manufactureras product. Recently, however, there have been a few successful recoveries where the alleged kickback recipient was not the ultimate decision-maker or even healthcare provider. While this is an expansion of […]

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Government Recovers Millions from Hospital System that Allegedly Wrongfully Retained Medicaid Overpayments for Over 60 Days

Recently, the Justice Department announced a first-of-its-kind settlement involving allegations that a health system violated the False Claims Act by retaining Medicaid overpayments for more than 60 days after identifying that overpayments were made. This $2.95 million settlement with Mount Sinai Health System was the first settlement involving the Affordable Care Act provision that created […]

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Are Medically Unnecessary Tests Driving Growth of In-Office Procedures?

In a recent Wall Street Journal article titled, aIn-Office Testing by Doctors Lifts Medicare Costs,a it was revealed that a sizeable chunk of the Medicare dollars are now going to physicians who utilize newly minted in-office medical devices. In fact, the WSJas analysis of recently released Medicare billing data showed that four of the top […]

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Are Copayment Assistance Nonprofits to Funneling Kickbacks to Patients?

In recent years, the federal government has reviewed the issue of copayment assistance organizations that purport to help Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries with their pharmaceutical copayments, but has not yet taken any public enforcement action to our knowledge. Now, the media seems to be taking a closer look, as seen in a recent Bloomberg article […]

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Are Hospitals Pressuring ER Physicians to Inappropriately Admit Patients?

Over the last few years, the government has devoted substantial resources to pursue hospitals that inappropriately admit patients to inpatient stays. This month, the government intervened after initial declaration in a qui tam case against 14-hospital health system Prime Healthcare. The lawsuit included allegations that senior management would: criticize Emergency Department doctors and demand their […]

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The Success of the Rewards Program of the False Claims Act

According to aA Department of Justice announcement in December 2016, the Government has recovered over $4.7 billion from False Claims Act cases in fiscal year 2016. The total amount recovered under the False Claims Act since 1987 is exceeds a whopping $53.1 billion. According to TAF Education Fundas Patrick Burns, $53 billion is equal to a […]

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Does the False Claims Act Help Fight Fraud?

In her abstract dated December 4, 2016, Elissa Phillip Gentry, a lawyer-economist says, “yes.” A She claims successful False Claims Act settlements against pharmaceutical companies have helped relinquish inappropriate off-label prescriptions. She posits that it is legal initiatives likeA the False Claims Act, rather than new scientific information, that leads to increased compliance. She states: These results […]

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Department of Justice Increases Civil Penalties for False Claim Act Violations

Recently, the Department of Justice announced that it was increasing the civil monetary penalties for penalties assessed after February 3, 2017 for violations occurring after November 2, 2015. Pursuant to the 2015 budget bill which requires annual re-indexing of False Claims Act penalties for inflation, the minimum per-claim penalty which rose last year from $5,500 […]

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Comprehensive Health Services Inc. Settles Double-Billing and Mischarging Medical Services

Comprehensive Health Services, Inc., a Florida-based company, recentlyA agreed to pay the United States nearly $4 million to settle allegations under the False Claims Act that it submitted false claims to the United States by double-billing and mischarging for medical services in connection with work performed on an IRS contract. Comprehensive Health Services, Inc. is one […]

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2017 Is the Year to Speak Up Against Healthcare Fraud

The year is still new.A The decision to become a whistleblower is not easy nor do False Claims cases resolve themselves quickly. However, A a whistleblower has the power and ability to bring sizeable and specific evidence of fraud to the United States government. It is a culture of fraud and not a routine mistake or […]

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US Interveneas in Whistlebloweras Lawsuit Alleging Kickbacks for Ambulance Services

Recently, the U.S. filed aA complaint in partial interventionA in the Eastern District of Texas against East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System, Inc., (together, aETMCa), Paramedics Plus, LLC, Emergency Medical Services Authority (aEMSAa), and EMSAas President, Herbert Stephen Williamson (aWilliamsona). The Complaint alleges False Claims Act violations and violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute. The U.S. alleges […]

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Attorney General Sessions on the Value of Whistleblowers

Transcript:A Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA): In 1986, 10 years before you came to the United States Senate I got the False Claims Act passed. It has brought 53 billion dollars back into the federal treasury since then. If youare confirmed, will you pledge to vigorously enforce the wholesome aims of the False Claims Act and […]

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Pro-FCA Attorney General To Be Jeff Sessions

On January 10, Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions faced the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings. As expected, he supported the False Claims Act (FCA) and its qui tam provisions. Demonstrating a familiarity with the FCA, his opening statement was very positive. Senator Sessions affirmed that the government: …must improve its ability to protect the United […]

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U.S. Government Collects $350 Million from Shire Plc Subsidiaries in False Claims Act Kickback Settlement

Lee Bentley, III, United States Attorney in the Middle District of Florida recently announced a $350 million settlement between Shire Pharmaceuticals LLC and the Government. Central to the allegation was the contention that Shire and Advanced BioHealing (ABH) (a company Shire Plc acquired in 2011) , used kickbacks as part of its scheme to induce […]

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Help Wanted: Healthcare Whistleblowers Needed To Fight Waste, Fraud and Abuse

Deputy Assistant Attorney General Benjamin C. Mizer, head of the Justice Departmentas Civil Division, announced recently that the Department of Justice obtained more than $4.7 billion in settlements and judgments from civil cases involving fraudulent claims against the government in fiscal year 2016. This is the third highest annual recovery in False Claims Act history, […]

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Unmasks its Green Goblin

Sony has released its new poster for Spider-Man: No Way Home which focuses on Tom Holland as Spider-Man, but also, Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Stranger and Zendaya as MJ. The poster comes after last weekas trailer release which confirmed the appearances of Sandman from Spider-Man 3 and Lizard from The Amazing Spider-Man. 

The latter two movies are simply two of the many Spider-Man appearances that this comic character has had over the years. Spider-Man appeared in other movies such as Iron Man 2, in various TV series, comics, docuseries, one-shots, clothing merchandise, popular video games such as the Spider-Man video game in 2018, and even in online casinos as slot games such as Spider-Man: Attack of the Green Goblin by Playtech, the developer behind some of the best new slot sites out there.A

Albeit in arm form for Doc Ock, the three main villains also appear on the poster, Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin, and Electro. However, what struck fans the most out of this poster is the fact that the Goblin appears as a maskless Willem Dafoe. 

There is still so much speculation to be made on Spider-Man: No Way Home. It is still very unclear the roles that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will have in this movie. However, Sony is doing a great job at keeping the mystery for this movie which is further creating the necessary hype and tension. 

Spider-Man: No Way Home will also see the return of Marisa Tomei as May Parker, Tony Revolori as Flash Thompson, and J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson. What we know so far about the movie is that it will pick up from where Spider-Man: Far From Home left off, with Peter Parker trying to clear his name from the damage that Mysterio has done. He attempts to seek help from Doctor Strange, although this will backfire and cause other complications for Peter. 

Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit the theatres on December 17. 

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The apostrophe is dead – again

The apostropheA is to become extinct, says the Telegraph, as language becomes less formal.

The Apostrophiser should find more work. The language fan been correcting the misuse of apostrophes in Bristol. He reacted to such horrors as aOpen Mondayas to Fridayasa, aAmys Nailasa and ‘Cambridge Motorasa.

We’ve been here before many times. The Telegraph has pressed f9 on the keyboard and couched up a regular filler:

Have we murdered the apostrophe? – BBC Culture – 2020

“Why the Apostrophe Protection Society has closed in disgust” – Guardian, 2019

“Do apostrophes still matter?” – BBC News, 2019

“Lets get rid of the apostrophe” [sic] – ABC News, 2018

“The apostrophe isn’t dead yet” – The Atlantic, 2014

“What is happening with the apostrophe is that it’s just dying out” – Globe And Mail, 2005

The apostrophe will die out when editors can find something to replace the news of its dying out. And when Waterstoneas bookshop – founder: Tim Waterstone – become Waterstones, the clock is ticking.

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aBoris Johnson look-a-likea jailed for theft in Yorkshire

Boris Johnson ‘look-a-like’ Jason Watson has been jailed. Unless Jason is running the country and the Prime Minister is now giving her Majesty no end of pleasure for the next ten months…? No.

Watson, 43, a serial burglar, was found with 1,280 in cash stashed down the front of his trousers. He’d burgled the House of Panini in Hull, East Yorkshire, grabbing a handbag containing APS1,280.

Watson and his accomplice Adrian Awty, 45, also stole keys, bank cards and a pair of Vivienne Westwood earrings on September 28.

Watson then made his escape by concealing the money down the front of his trousers. However, he and an accomplice were later identified and arrested by police.

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Zac Goldsmith – look out, another elite posho wants to save the planet

Zac Goldsmith is the UK environment minister. He’s chuffed to bits about the aunprecedenteda conservation deal by more than 100 world leaders to halt and reverse deforestation and land degradation by 2030. Sounds good.

“The market has been blind to the value of the environment,” he tells the Guardian. “The [current economic] incentives to deforest are 40 times bigger than the incentives to keep healthy forests, so changing that is difficult.a

It’s about the money, right? People need to eat and live. So trees get felled for farming and mining. Which brings us to Zac and how he got to be Lord Goldsmith and minted.

He’s the son of billionaire businessman and financier James Goldsmith. In 1998, his uncle Edward Goldsmith made him editor of The Ecologist magazine, a position he retained until 2007.

And he’s just the latest extremely wealthy posho to tell us how to live. Why are all these elites so keen to be friends with the Earth? Well, it is where you source diamonds and gold, right.

Prince Charles told the Cop26 climate summit that Earth is in athe last chance saloona and that athe future of humanity and nature herself are at stake”. We should be on a “war-like footing”, says Charles who employed a man to squeeze his toothpaste. Harry and Meghan take time out from their occasional use of aviation fuel to tell us about the urgent need to be carbon neutral and why having more than two children is wrong. The Queen wants us to cut down and protect the children – no, not from her son’s now-dead former friend Jeffrey Epstein – but from excess. We’re being lectured by the extremely wealthy to behave better by accepting less. If you could harness the power of eye rolling, we’d be carbon neutral by Friday.

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Where Satan Shops: Cathy Don’t Go To The Supermarket Today, a 1980s Christian pop video

In the 1980s, Heaven’s Magic were begging Cathy not to go to the supermarket. The Devil was waiting there for her with his ‘666’ scanner. The song was produced by a Christian religious movement Family International, previously known as Children of God and Family of Love.

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The Hill regrets the error in probably the best correction ever

Website The Hill notes that anti-Semitic crime in Germany is at the highest level ever recorded. Not that it was a crime when the Germans were keeping count of the 6 million Jews the country had the key role in murdering, but you get the point…

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In times of increased power costs, British trains turn to diesel

Diesel is bad. Electric is good – well, so long as you don’t want to do anything it is:

Freightliner has confirmed that it will be withdrawing its entire fleet of electric locomotives in response to soaring electricity prices.

The company a which is the largest UK freight operator of electric locomotives a says it has been forced to replace its 23 Class 90s with diesel traction following a steep rise in wholesale electricity prices of more than 200% between September and October.

A Freightliner spokesman said: aAs a result of an unprecedented increase in electricity prices, FL has taken the difficult decision to temporarily replace its electric freight services with diesel-hauled services in order to maintain a cost-effective solution for transporting essential goods and supplies around the UK.

Brave new world.

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Buy the Best Christmas Cards

Looking for Christmas cards, maybe ones without the robin dusted in snow or a turkey doused in cranberry sauce? Well, you’re in luck. Flasbak has a fabulous range of the best Christmas cards. There’s a great choice. I’ve picked out a few Christmas crackers:

Christmas cards – the best Christmas cards – are available at flashbak.

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