Colorado Just Released the List of Prescription Drugs It Wants to Import From Canada | The Colorado Sun
The State of Colorado is seeking to save residents money on prescription drugs by importing more than 100 medications from Canada. The state submitted a formal application to the federal government that lists 112 drugs with an average cost savings of 64 percent over the U.S. retail price. If approved, that could result in savings of $53 million to $88 million per year.
While the fate of the major retirement legislation package known as SECURE Act 2.0 remains uncertain, lawmakers continue to introduce new retirement-related bills. U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper of Colorado is one the legislators behind the recently introduced Retirement Savings for Americans Act, which aims to increase access to retirement savings accounts for those who don’t currently have them.
With the year winding down, it’s a good time to do a financial checkup and make sure all your accounts are in order. Here are some helpful steps to consider, from taxes and investments to retirement planning and emergency savings.
While you’re doing a year-end financial check-up, you may consider doing some estate planning, if you haven’t already. A recent survey found the number of middle-aged adults with a will dropped to an all-time low in 2021. While estate planning can be daunting, there are a few common documents that will be a big help to your loved ones.
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