Pentagon Encouraging Booster Shot Among Troops

Pentagon Encouraging Booster Shot Among Troops

Due to the latest COVID-19 variant outbreak, the Department of Defense (DOD) is recommending booster shots for anyone who is eligible. In addition to sweeping across the country, the virus has sickened a Navy ship and infected staff.

Many US Banks Changing Their Overdraft Policies

Many US Banks Changing Their Overdraft Policies

As the cost of many things in life increases, one thing shoppers may actually pay less for are overdraft fees in 2022. As a result, consumer advocates say the banking industry made the most significant changes to how they charged customers with negative debit balances last year.

VA to Launch New Life Insurance Programs for Veterans in 2023

VA to Launch New Life Insurance Programs for Veterans in 2023

In response to veteran advocacy and recent legislation, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will begin offering Veterans Affairs Life Insurance (VALI) as of Jan. 1, 2023. The new benefit will help thousands of disabled veterans who may have missed the chance to buy life insurance and now wish to protect their loved ones.

The Auto Future is Electric, According to Biden Administration

The Auto Future is Electric, According to Biden Administration

Intending to build a better America, the Biden-Harris administration released the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to pave the path for a zero-emission future. The plan would focus on creating a cleaner and affordable car future and generating employment opportunities across the American supply chain.

AAH Wants Timely Payments from TRICARE

AAH Wants Timely Payments from TRICARE

Recent meetings between industry stakeholders and the Defense Health Agency discussed ongoing issues regarding timely payment of TRICARE East claims, as well as the changes Humana Military is making to improve the process.