Health Care Costs Going Up As Seniors Struggle To Pay Bills

With Friday Beginning Open Enrollment For Those Qualifying For Medicare, A New Report By Medicareguide.com Found That One In Four Senior Citizens Have $500 Or Less In Savings For A Medical Emergency.

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Tennessee’s Most Abusive Tax Goes Unchecked

It Is Time Tennessee Reforms Its Feudal Property Tax System If It Wants To Continue To Be Billed As A Destination State For Business And Retirement. If We Don’t Reduce The Tax Burden For Our Seniors They Will Relocate Elsewhere. If We Fail To Adopt “Truth-In-Taxation Revenue-Driven Property Taxation” Like Other Growth States, Our Residents And Businesses Will Move To More Property Tax Friendly States.

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TN’s Department of Commerce and Insurance Issue Warning About Social Isolation and Financial Exploitation

In Honor Of National Senior Fraud Awareness Day, The Tennessee Department Of Commerce & Insurance’s Securities Division Issued A Warning To Tennesseans About The Correlation Between Social Isolation And The Risk Of Financial Exploitation.

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Hamilton County COVID-19 Vaccine Plan Changes; Concerns About Reaching Herd Immunity

More People Moved Up In Line For COVID Vaccination, How Decisions Are Made To Move Between Tiers And Concerns About Reaching Herd Immunity.

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Chattanooga DA Requests Aid From Local Businesses To Solve Murder Cases

Chattanooga District Attorney General, Neal Pinkston is soliciting help from local businesses to solve the murder cases of two local senior citizens. The request has gone out, in the form of an email, to a majority of Chattanooga businesses to donate to a reward pool.

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