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    2. 3 Social Security Mistakes You Might Make During Your Working Years - NewsBreak

      3 Social Security Mistakes You Might Make During Your Working Years - NewsBreak
      Key Points Social Security could end up being an important retirement income source. A few seemingly innocent blunders could leave you with a lower benefit for life. Retirees routinely rely on Social Security to cover their living expenses. Therefore, the more money you're able to collect in benefits, the better. You'll often be warned that filing for Social Security at the wrong age could cause you a world ...
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    3. 6 Important Things Many Americans Don’t Know About the Cost of Medicare

      6 Important Things Many Americans Don’t Know About the Cost of Medicare
      All U.S. citizens are eligible for Medicare beginning three months before they turn 65. And while Medicare Parts A and B help defray the costs of healthcare, such as hospitalization and medical care, neither part covers all of those expenses in full. Plus, if you want additional coverage, like dental, vision and prescription drug coverage, youll need to enroll in other parts of Medicare.
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    4. Penalty for the Unvaccinated?

      Penalty for the Unvaccinated?
      While this years open-enrollment period wont have a yes or no box to verify your vaccination status (like the Are you a smoker? question thats typically asked), it could become a reality for the 2023 open-enrollment season. And some employers are already penalizing unvaccinated employees. In late August, Delta, one of the largest global airlines, announced that it will require unvaccinated employees to pay a $200 monthly health insurance surcharge.
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    5. Seniors Are Making This Costly Mistake When Saving For Healthcare Expenses

      Seniors Are Making This Costly Mistake When Saving For Healthcare Expenses
      Newspaper clippings on healthcare costs Older Americans have the opportunity to be healthier and wealthier, but an unsavvy financial tendency is ailing them. A large percentage of American seniors who are saving to cover healthcare expenses are skipping the tax-advantaged ways to accumulate such funds, a study has found. Researchers at the University of Michigan surveyed more than 2,000 people ages 50 to 80 on whether they were saving ...
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    6. Savers Are Finally Waking up to the Power of HSA Investing to Cover Their Medical Bills - NewsBreak

      Savers Are Finally Waking up to the Power of HSA Investing to Cover Their Medical Bills - NewsBreak
      Much like Jennifer Lopez, health savings accounts are a triple threat: Participants can contribute tax-free dollars, take them out tax-free (in certain cases), and let them grow tax-free. And while the first two benefits of HSAs have long been widely known, people may be finally waking up to the last.
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    7. 3 Social Security Mistakes You Might Make During Your Working Years

      3 Social Security Mistakes You Might Make During Your Working Years
      Retirees routinely rely on Social Security to cover their living expenses. Therefore, the more money you're able to collect in benefits, the better. You'll often be warned that filing for Social Security at the wrong age could cause you a world of financial stress throughout retirement. But here are some mistakes you might make throughout your career that have a similar impact. Some people spend years working a ...
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    8. What Is Medigap Plan G? What You Need to Know

      What Is Medigap Plan G? What You Need to Know
      Medigap Plan G is one of 10 Medicare Supplement Insurance plans. Medigap assists with fees such as coinsurance, copayments and deductibles that arent covered under Medicare Part A and Part B, also known as Original Medicare. After Medicare pays its approved portion of medical costs, Medigap Plan G helps supplement remaining out-of-pocket expenses.
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    9. The joys of a health savings account, and 5 ways you can use it in retirement

      The joys of a health savings account, and 5 ways you can use it in retirement
      This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org . A Health Savings Account (HSA) lets you save money in a tax-advantaged account and then withdraw cash tax-free to pay for qualified medical expenses. Often, the money is used while youre working. But you can also use your HSA in retirement to help lower your out-of-pocket medical costs then. Doing so could help stretch your retirement savings, too.
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    10. The Power Of Health Savings Accounts For Retirement Planning

      The Power Of Health Savings Accounts For Retirement Planning
      The number of health savings accounts (HSAs) is soaring, but most account holders fail to take full advantage of the retirement planning power of HSAs. There were more than 30 million HSAs holding about $82.2 billion at the end of 2020, according to an estimate from Devenir, a firm that offers investment services to health-based accounts. Youre eligible to have contributions made to an HSA when your medical insurance ...
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    11. How Life Insurance Fits into a Retirement Plan

      How Life Insurance Fits into a Retirement Plan
      How Life Insurance Fits into a Retirement Plan While some may view life insurance as a simple way to replace income or cover final expenses, there are many benefits to considering it as an important part of a broader retirement plan. Congratulations, youve reached your golden years! Or maybe theyre just on the horizon. Either way, the end of the working era marks a critical time to review finances and ...
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    12. Social Security Benefits Might Get Cut Early — What Does It Mean for You? - NewsBreak

      Social Security Benefits Might Get Cut Early — What Does It Mean for You? - NewsBreak
      Last weeks news that Social Security benefits could be slashed sooner than expected set off alarm bells for Americans whose retirement plans have already been disrupted by COVID-19 . But financial experts say its not time to panic. See: Congress Reintroduces Bill to Keep Social Security Recipients Out of Poverty Find: 17 Tips to Live Comfortably off Just a Social Security Check A report from Social Security and Medicare trustees said ...
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    13. Americans are behind on retirement savings. Here's how to get on track

      Americans are behind on retirement savings. Here's how to get on track
      Most Americans aren't prepared for retirement. While most non-retired adults have some type of nest egg, only 36% think their retirement savings are on track, according to the Federal Reserve . A separate survey from the Insured Retirement Institute found that most workers don't have sufficient retirement savings and aren't putting enough aside to catch up. It's a problem that existed before the Covid-induced recession . For some ...
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    14. Is your single premium life insurance policy eligible for tax benefits?

      Is your single premium life insurance policy eligible for tax benefits?
      Life insurance doesn't necessarily mean that you have to keep paying the premium every year. There aresingle premium life insurance(SPLI) policies as well, which provide similar benefits of protection and savings as the regular premium ones. The term of SPLI policies is usually 10 years, but one can exit after five years.
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    15. Social Security is projected to be insolvent a year earlier than previously forecast

      Social Security is projected to be insolvent a year earlier than previously forecast
      The financial outlook for Social Security is eroding more quickly than previously expected, as thecoronavirus pandemichas drained government revenues and put additional strain on one of the nations most important social safety net programs. The overall finances for Medicare, however, are expected to hold steady, though the health program is still forecast to face financial pressure in the coming years.
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