What You Need to Know — So Far — About the Threat to Obamacare
What You Need to Know — So Far — About the Threat to Obamacare

on January 17, 2017

You can still sign up for 2017 health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act until the end of this month — but stay on top of the political maneuvers that are trying to eliminate it.

Women Outperform Men as Doctors, Study Finds
Women Outperform Men as Doctors, Study Finds

on December 20, 2016

A new study reveals that patients treated by female physicians are less likely to die than patients treated by male doctors.

It’s the Economy, Stupid: 23 Memorable Debate Moments
It’s the Economy, Stupid: 23 Memorable Debate Moments

on October 19, 2016

Learn how the candidates of the past have spun their ideas on U.S. jobs, inflation, housing, spending, taxation, the Great Recession and more.

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

on October 17, 2016

A few key costs disappear once you quit the 9-to-5 grind. Find out more.

Walmart to Offer Free Health Screenings on Saturday
Walmart to Offer Free Health Screenings on Saturday

on October 14, 2016

The event, previously known as America’s Biggest Health Fair, is set for noon to 4 p.m. local time Oct. 15.

8 Mistakes That Can Sabotage Your Retirement
8 Mistakes That Can Sabotage Your Retirement

on October 14, 2016

You can head off some of the worst financial blunders in retirement by being aware of them, then taking action.

5 Ways to Beat the Flu on the Cheap
5 Ways to Beat the Flu on the Cheap

on October 10, 2016

Flu season can’t be avoided, but the flu can be — without spending on expensive potions and remedies. Follow these simple steps.

10 Tips to Maximize Your High-Deductible Health Plan
10 Tips to Maximize Your High-Deductible Health Plan

on September 30, 2016

High-deductible health insurance plans can leave you with big out-of-pocket costs. Here are 10 ways to cut expenses.

Take 5: A Roundup of Reads From Around the Web
Take 5: A Roundup of Reads From Around the Web

on September 29, 2016

This week: Considering rental property, saving money with Facebook, what you should know about health savings accounts, debt collection mistakes and five wild, but cheap, rides.

Before You Get a Reverse Mortgage, Check Out These 15 Alternatives
Before You Get a Reverse Mortgage, Check Out These 15 Alternatives

on August 23, 2016

If you’re older and it’s a stretch financially to stay in your home, a reverse mortgage may be tempting. But consider these cheaper, safer options first.

Cost of Medical Expenses Likely to Soar in Retirement
Cost of Medical Expenses Likely to Soar in Retirement

on August 16, 2016

To cover out-of-pocket health care costs in retirement, a couple will need to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to a new estimate.

Social Security Increase Unlikely for Second Straight Year
Social Security Increase Unlikely for Second Straight Year

on July 19, 2016

Benefits are expected to increase by 0.7 percent at best and zero percent at worst next year. Find out why.

Federal Debt Projected to Exceed Size of U.S. Economy
Federal Debt Projected to Exceed Size of U.S. Economy

on July 14, 2016

Federal debt is on track to soon surpass record levels set in the period following World War II. What is behind the trend?

Can Marijuana Help Address the U.S. Health Spending Crisis?
Can Marijuana Help Address the U.S. Health Spending Crisis?

on July 11, 2016

New research shows Medicare spending on prescription drugs has declined in states where pot is legal.

Why a Record Number of Americans Are Putting Off Retirement
Why a Record Number of Americans Are Putting Off Retirement

on May 16, 2016

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans age 65 and older are still punching the clock.

8 Ways to Save at Walgreens
8 Ways to Save at Walgreens

on May 11, 2016

From great digital coupon offers to senior discounts and rewards for blood pressure checks, here are some great ways to save at Walgreens.

Ask Stacy: Should I Buy Long-Term Care Insurance?
Ask Stacy: Should I Buy Long-Term Care Insurance?

on May 6, 2016

Before it’s over, many of us will end up in a nursing home. This reader wants to know if long-term care insurance is a good idea. That’s funny; I’ve been wondering the same thing myself.

Think You’re Paying a Lot of Taxes? Here’s How the US Compares With Other Rich Countries
Think You’re Paying a Lot of Taxes? Here’s How the US Compares With Other Rich Countries

on April 17, 2016

Americans may be comforted to know that they pay less, on average, than people in most developed countries. Of course, they may get less, too.

6 Beliefs About Hospice Care That Are Totally Wrong
6 Beliefs About Hospice Care That Are Totally Wrong

on March 29, 2016

Have you heard that you’ll die faster in hospice care? That once you’re in hospice you can’t get out? All wrong. Here’s the truth about this increasingly popular end-of-life option.

Report: Federal Health Insurance Website Vulnerable to Attack
Report: Federal Health Insurance Website Vulnerable to Attack

on March 24, 2016

Millions of Americans use Healthcare.gov to obtain health insurance. Now, a new report shows the Web portal experienced 316 security-related incidents in about 18 months.

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