Switching in Medicare’s open enrollment can reduce premiums, but seniors tend to stay put.
Medicare’s prescription drug coverage could cost you more in 2016.
Beginning Oct. 15, Medicare participants can switch plans and, maybe, save a lot of money.
Here are some details worth knowing as you reconsider your Medicare coverage during open enrollment.
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.
Paying health care costs in retirement promises to be daunting, according to calculations by Fidelity Investments.