Healthcare costs rising 10 percent; IRS ups HSA limits;

> A new study suggests that employer healthcare costs are poised to rise nearly 10 percent in 2008, and almost as much in 2009, too. Article

> The IRS has upped the limit for annual contributions to tax-exempt health savings accounts to $3,000 for individuals and $5,950 for families, a move that could increase HSA use. Article


> CMS has contracted with Pinnacle Business Solutions to administer Part A and Part B Medicare claims payment in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Article


> Hoping to lower their healthcare costs, a growing number of Texas cities and schools are installing in-house health clinics. Article


And Finally... He may have spent almost $10,000 on romance, but he's not getting it back. Article

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