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Karla Bowsher 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.
Kari Huus on April 1, 2015
Meow Mix Meatloaf and 10 other surprising delicacies, at a deep discount!
Stacy Johnson on January 5, 2011
According to one recent survey, when given four choices, more than 60 percent of respondents said they’d fix our ballooning budget deficit by choosing to tax the wealthiest Americans. Which method would you choose?
Karla Bowsher on March 1, 2016
The cost of prescription drugs has skyrocketed since 2006, according to a new study. Find out why.
Karla Bowsher on May 15, 2018
The president has failed to do everything in his power to combat high prescription drug prices, critics say. But you can still lower medication costs yourself.
Karla Bowsher on October 26, 2017
You can now go online to comparison shop for plans that will be available for purchase beginning Nov. 1.
Karla Bowsher 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.
Karla Bowsher on June 24, 2015
Deciding where to retire? Don’t just consider the weather. Choosing the right state may determine whether you will live as a prince or a pauper.
Krystal Steinmetz on September 17, 2014
Misclassifying an employee as an independent contractor cheats workers out of wages and employee benefits.
Krystal Steinmetz on June 13, 2014
Fidelity says couples retiring this year will face $220,000 in medical costs during retirement. It’s $51,000 more if you retire early at 62.
Marilyn Lewis on March 27, 2017
The eyewear market has exploded with new options — on vision testing, styles, even ways to “try on” glasses virtually. Here are tips to find the right pair at the right price.
Marilyn Lewis on January 19, 2015
Early retirement isn’t as easy as it once was, but it can be done with careful planning.
Karla Bowsher 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.
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