Backers say virtual doctor visits can save money and ease the shortage of primary-care physicians. But some of those doctors fear the skimming of profitable, easy patients.
Hollywood's own online video service has been no match for its rivals. Now its owners are under pressure to pony up more money to expand the service.
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The deduction rate for business travel will rise to 56 cents a mile, and the rate for medical travel and moving will rise to 24 cents. The charity rate will not rise.
Beef, chicken and cereal aren't the only items that will be more expensive. Consumers are going to feel the pain on several fronts.
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