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Do the Math!

In the cult-classic Jack Black movie, School of Rock, there is a funny scene where he “teaches” the kids to do the math. On the fly he grabs a guitar and creates a song that goes like this… “

DEWEY:

Math is a wonderful thing

Math is a really cool thing

So get off your ath let’s do some math

Math, math, math, math, math

 

Do the Math, FI Style!

We had a fun idea of creating a section of the blog called “Do the Math” for benefits, healthcare, retirement, and all-around FI math illustrations.

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By In Around the Web, Prescription Drug Costs

Watch out for rising Rx Copays

The Kaiser Family Foundation and the Peterson Center on Healthcare have partnered on Health System Tracker, which helps policy wonks understand how the U.S. healthcare system works and where all the money goes — but it’s pretty interesting for regular people to understand how to optimize their health expenses, too. They recently found that while prescription drug prices on average have fallen, thanks to increased availability of generic drugs, individuals like you and me are paying more of our own money because insurers are paying less.

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