Medicare Drug Costs Going Down for Seniors
Medicare Drug Costs Going Down for Seniors

on February 18, 2013

Part D coverage will also expand, and participating pharmacies won’t be able to automatically refill prescriptions anymore.

The Trump Budget Proposal: More Guns, Less Butter
The Trump Budget Proposal: More Guns, Less Butter

on February 16, 2018

The recent budget proposed by President Trump reflects a vast reordering of government priorities. Here are some highlights, along with links to additional resources.

10 Expert Tips for Slashing Prescription Drug Costs
10 Expert Tips for Slashing Prescription Drug Costs

on February 14, 2018

These lesser-known tricks can cut your medication expenses by 15 to 95 percent — and possibly reduce some to $0.

What Trump’s Budget Means for Prescription Drug Costs
What Trump’s Budget Means for Prescription Drug Costs

on February 13, 2018

The president actually has little power over the federal budget. But Congress might embrace one aspect of his 2019 proposal that targets prescription drug prices.

3 Bold Ways Retirees Can Cut Health Care Costs in 2018
3 Bold Ways Retirees Can Cut Health Care Costs in 2018

on January 17, 2018

Even millionaires can qualify for programs that keep more cash in their wallets.

11 Keys to a Successful Freelance Career
11 Keys to a Successful Freelance Career

on January 16, 2018

Covering these essentials will make self-employment more enjoyable and more sustainable.

5 Unique Features of Social Security Income — and Why You Should Delay It
5 Unique Features of Social Security Income — and Why You Should Delay It

on January 8, 2018

Social Security benefits are immune to more types of risk than other sources of retirement income. So, it’s critical that you maximize the size of your checks.

The Danger of Working While Collecting Social Security
The Danger of Working While Collecting Social Security

on December 14, 2017

You can lose money by working after you start to collect benefits. Check out the rules.

Act Now: Health Insurance Open Enrollment Ends Friday
Act Now: Health Insurance Open Enrollment Ends Friday

on December 12, 2017

People who get medical insurance through the Obamacare program have just a few days to enroll or change their plan. Here’s what you should do now.

This Retirement Expense Is Rising Fast — Have You Planned for It?
This Retirement Expense Is Rising Fast — Have You Planned for It?

on November 27, 2017

Health care isn’t the only retirement expense that can run you six figures. Long-term care is a separate expense to prepare for — and it’s growing faster than inflation.

7 Key Things to Know Now to Enroll for Obamacare Health Insurance
7 Key Things to Know Now to Enroll for Obamacare Health Insurance

on November 1, 2017

Obamacare isn’t dead, but it’s changing under pressure in Washington. Here’s what you need to know to get covered for 2018 through the government exchanges.

5 Expenses That Vanish During Retirement
5 Expenses That Vanish During Retirement

on October 26, 2017

A few key costs disappear once you quit the 9-to-5 grind. Find out how you’ll save during your golden years.

Go Online to Preview 2018 Obamacare Health Insurance Plans
Go Online to Preview 2018 Obamacare Health Insurance Plans

on October 26, 2017

You can now go online to comparison shop for plans that will be available for purchase beginning Nov. 1.

8 Things Retirees Can Get for Almost Nothing
8 Things Retirees Can Get for Almost Nothing

on October 19, 2017

There are many ways for seniors to get cheap — and even free — entertainment and services.

How to Choose the Best Retirement Facility for Yourself or a Loved One
How to Choose the Best Retirement Facility for Yourself or a Loved One

on October 19, 2017

Choosing an assisted living community for a loved one that is safe, meets social needs and offers the right level and quality of care can be tricky. Here are questions to ask, and red flags to look for.

2018 Obamacare Open Enrollment Period Cut Short
2018 Obamacare Open Enrollment Period Cut Short

on October 2, 2017

Are you prepared for the 2018 open enrollment period? It could be over before you know it.

Self-Employed Workers Who Do This Could Get a Huge Break Under Trump’s Tax Plan
Self-Employed Workers Who Do This Could Get a Huge Break Under Trump’s Tax Plan

on October 2, 2017

Here’s a move that could help freelancers and independent contractors cash in on proposed tax law changes.

New! Solutions to Common Financial Struggles for People 50 and Older
New! Solutions to Common Financial Struggles for People 50 and Older

on September 24, 2017

We’ve partnered with the largest nonprofit consumer counseling agency in the country to offer solutions to the most common financial struggles facing seniors including Medicare assistance, debt and budget counseling, Social Security maximization, help with paying bills, reverse mortgage counseling and foreclosure prevention.

11 Essential Money Lessons Every College Student Needs to Learn
11 Essential Money Lessons Every College Student Needs to Learn

on September 11, 2017

Many students are away from home and faced with handling their finances for the first time. Here’s a quick Money 101 course.

19 Moves That Will Help You Retire Early and in Style
19 Moves That Will Help You Retire Early and in Style

on September 11, 2017

Exiting the rat race early is not impossible, but you need to plan carefully to make it happen. These tips will help you gather the resources you need.

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