Medicare and other retirement topics are not very sexy, but don’t let presidential candidates ignore them.
Seniors are likely to make one or more moves in retirement, and the decisions about these moves can be fairly complex.
If you’re in Medicare’s doughnut hole, you may be feeling the pain personally, but all of us pay more.
When is it okay to call someone a senior citizen, or elderly? Are those terms offensive?
Switching in Medicare’s open enrollment can reduce premiums, but seniors tend to stay put.
Now that ‘death panels’ are dead, long live fair pay for physicians who help in end-of-life planning.
Social Security Disability, pensions and other retirement benefits also see changes in the deal.
The threat of identity theft increases during the Medicare open enrollment period, now through Dec. 7.
Women spend 14 years out of the workforce as primary caregivers with losses to defined benefit contributions, and years with no Social Security earnings.
Social Security recipients won’t get a raise in 2016, and some Medicare participants can expect to pay a much bigger bill.