3/7 The American Cancer Association announced that it is raising more than $200 million to fight cancer this year.
The organization says it’s the biggest fundraising effort in its history and will spend more than half a billion dollars in 2018.
The charity said the money will be used to fight the deadliest types of cancer, which includes leukemia, lymphoma and brain tumors.
The agency said it will also use the money to support research into the causes of cancer.
Here are five things to look out for: 1/7 Your federal tax bill is now a lot closer to $1.5 trillion than it was last year.
As of July, you’ll owe the IRS an estimated $1,097 billion, which would be the second-highest federal tax debt in history.
It would surpass the total debt incurred by President Barack Obama in his final year in office.
2/7 If you are on Medicare, you are now covered by a plan called Medicare Advantage, which allows you to save money on your premiums.
If you don’t have Medicare Advantage and are looking for help paying for your insurance, you can sign up for an individual plan called Platinum, which is more expensive.
If your premiums aren’t low enough, you could be eligible for a tax credit.
3/ 7 You will be able to get a $1-million credit toward your taxes if you make $200,000 or more.
That will help you pay for the health insurance you already have.
4/ 7 If you’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, you may now be eligible to get $1 million in health savings accounts.
You can open one at any participating bank, or at a health care provider or charity.
The accounts are designed to help you cover out-of-pocket costs and are typically offered by big employers, such as hospitals and doctors.
5/ 7 The American Heart Association announced a plan to raise $50 million to combat heart disease in 2018, a new campaign that will pay for screenings, blood tests, and other services for people at risk.
The AHA said it’s also working with other health care providers and charities to help the community.
AHA President and CEO Larry Wilkerson said in a statement that the health care system needs to work together to make sure all Americans are treated and treated well.
“We know that every life is precious and that everyone has the right to live free from heart disease,” Wilkings statement read.
“AHA is proud to support this vital effort that we know will reduce our mortality rate by 40% by 2025.”
1/ 7 Your federal health insurance premiums are set to go up by an average of 10% in 2018 — more than double what they were last year — meaning you’re going to be paying more out of pocket for health care and other benefits.
The average federal premium will increase from $5,400 this year to $8,100 in 2022, according to the Congressional Budget Office. 2