I hope you find these Tips of the day useful. Some feedback would be good.
The reason I do this, is that if your time, like mine, is full of “Stuff” our brains suffers from overload.
I just don’t get the time to read screens and screens of information. There is a lot of good information I miss because I put it aside to read it later. In most cases I don’t get back to it.
I do however find that small increments of information catches my eye and I tend to remember them or think to myself “I should do that, or that’s interesting I should post that as my readers may find that helpful, too.”
It might be that my attention span is a little short. I think we all suffer from this a little bit; we are doing one thing and our mind is thinking of the next project. We tend to multi task and not really focus on one thing.
Of course there are some articles that I do find easy to focus on. when I do I will usually pass them on to you, my readers.
I love new information in the health genre.
I love new ideas to save money, ways to help you get rid of your debts or at least reduce them.
I personally believe there is still tough times ahead still. We need to take responsibility for our debts and cost of living. We all need to make changes to protect ourselves from financial pain.
If we don’t do different nothing will change.
Enough from me, here is the “Tip of the Day.”
Check your hospital bill
According to Harvey Rosenfield of the Watchdog group, 97% of hospital bills are wrong. Less than 2% of those errors are in the patient’s favour. Average error: $1400.
Frequent mistake: Billing for items or services never delivered. [
lab work, medication, thermometers, wheelchairs, etc]
Self-defense: Insist on completely itemized bills and review them carefully