Medicare open enrollment is over, but that doesn’t mean your job is done. Here are five things to do after selecting your coverage.
The National Council on Aging has a to-do list for Congress to ensure more older Americans achieve health and economic security.
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Here are four things to do to prepare yourself in case employment ends before you’re ready.
Persuading doctors to adopt a health care portal means they make more money and you get better care.
On the retirement income front, it may make more sense to spend retirement savings upfront to delay Social Security benefits until a point somewhere between full retirement age and age 70.
Unexpected income in retirement can kick you into Medicare surplus territory if you aren’t careful.
The political battle is still raging over the impact — good or bad — of the Affordable Care Act on Medicare.
On average, Medicare Advantage and Part D prescription drug plan prices aren’t going up much this year. Make sure yours doesn’t buck the trend.
Former Sha-Na-Na frontman Jon “Bowzer” Bauman is defending Medicare and Social Security.