Take a look at the size of benefits for Social Security recipients with a full retirement age of 66 who file for benefits in 2015.
Competitive Medicare Advantage plans were supposed to help keep costs down, but competition is scarce and bargains are hard to find.
If you are new to Medicare in 2016, a high earner or you filed and suspended your Social Security benefits, expect your Medicare Part B premium to skyrocket.
A high-deductible health plan with a health savings account can help fund your retirement health care.
Medicare has hit midlife and maintaining her is increasingly pricey.
America’s breakthrough single-payer health care system for the elderly has plenty to celebrate at 50.
Short-term care policies can do something that long-term care policies can’t do: Pay benefits in addition to Medicare coverage.
A new “Surgeon Scorecard” helps consumers pick a surgeon based on their past performance.
A proposed rule would allow Medicare to reimburse physicians for having end-of-life consultations with their patients.
Making telemedicine more available requires changing long-standing Medicare rules, but there are good reasons to do it.