Tag: ‘long-term care’

Deals, Deferrals, and Saving

By :: April 28th, 2015

The GOP is putting the finishing touches on the first budget resolution in a decade. The Hill reports that an agreement could be voted on by the end of the week. The Associated Press reports that the final resolution will reportedly drop the House provision to move part of Medicare to a premium-support program by […]

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Online Taxes: Searches, Storage, and Sales

By :: August 4th, 2014

Congress is in recess. The Daily Deduction will return to its regular schedule on Monday, September 8. Until then: We’ll see you every Monday morning. Abroad and online: One country brings a knife to a gunfight. Spain has passed a new law: Websites that link to Spanish newspaper association stories will pay a tax for […]

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The Future of the CLASS Act and Long-Term Care

By :: March 24th, 2011

The Community Living Services and Supports (CLASS) Act is an extraordinary case study in both budget and health care politics, and in the toxic political environment in which those of us in Washington live. And it puts a critical question into stark focus:  Exactly how do we, as a society, want to provide for the […]

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