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    2. ‘Medicare for All’s’ rich benefits ‘leapfrog’ other nations

      ‘Medicare for All’s’ rich benefits ‘leapfrog’ other nations
      The Medicare for All plan embraced by leading 2020 Democrats appears more lavish than what other advanced countries offer, compounding the cost but also potentially broadening its popular appeal. The plan from Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders would charge no copays or deductibles for medical care, allowing only limited cost-sharing for some prescription drugs. It would cover long-term care at home and in community settings. Dental, vision and hearing coverage would ...
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    3. Let's Get Real About Health Care Costs In Retirement

      Let's Get Real About Health Care Costs In Retirement
      You won't pay for health care in retirement with one lump sum. That's the way these expenses are often presented, though, and the amounts are terrifying. Fidelity Investments, for example, says a couple retiring in 2019 at age 65 will need $285,000 for health expenses, not including nursing home or other long-term care. The Employee Benefits Research Institute says some couples could need up to $400,000 ...
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    4. Chart of the Day: Health Insurance Inflation Hits 5-Year High

      Chart of the Day: Health Insurance Inflation Hits 5-Year High
      As of April, the Consumer Price Index for health insurance was up 10.7% over 12 monthsthe largest increase since at least April 2014, Modern Healthcares Shelby Livingston writes: The likely reason health insurance inflation is rising is because of growth in managed care, including Medicare Advantage, Medicaid managed care and commercial insurance, according to Paul Hughes-Cromwick, an economist at Altarum. He noted that added administrative costs increase insurance price ...
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    5. Spokane woman falls for 'free cancer test kit' scam

      Spokane woman falls for 'free cancer test kit' scam
      If you get a call from someone offering a free cancer screening, turn them down. These tests aren't free and they need to be performed by your doctor, if you actually need one. Unfortunately, North Spokane's Kathleen Murbach realized all this too late. She ended up giving a caller personal information about her health, including account numbers and more. Murbach says she got a call from someone who ...
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    6. A guide to getting real about health care costs in retirement

      A guide to getting real about health care costs in retirement
      You won't pay for health care in retirement with one lump sum. That's the way these expenses are often presented, though, and the amounts are terrifying. Fidelity Investments, for example, says a couple retiring in 2019 at age 65 will need $285,000 for health expenses, not including nursing homes or other long-term care. The Employee Benefits Research Institute says some couples could need up to $400,000 ...
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    7. California hospitals paid 209% of Medicare by private insurers, study finds

      California hospitals paid 209% of Medicare by private insurers, study finds
      The center's analysis of financial data filed by hospitals with the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development found that while Medicare paid an average of 79 percent of cost, private insurers paid an average of 165 percent of cost more than twice as much as Medicare.Researchers uncovered substantial variation in how hospitals' private insurance payments compared to Medicare reimbursement. Private insurance payments averaged 364 percent of ...
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    8. Social Security benefits buy 33 percent less since 2000

      Social Security benefits buy 33 percent less since 2000
      Over the last two decades, inflation -- at least the official inflation rate -- has remained tame, and it even went down during the Great Recession. But it hasnt been so tame for Americans living on Social Security. A new report by The Senior Citizens League found that Social Security benefits lost 33 percent of their purchasing power since 2000.
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    9. Washington State Has Created the Nation’s First Social-Insurance Program for Long-Term Care

      Washington State Has Created the Nation’s First Social-Insurance Program for Long-Term Care
      Washington State Has Created the Nations First Social-Insurance Program for Long-Term Care Washington State Has Created the Nations First Social-Insurance Program for Long-Term Care When Americans age or need help with the basic tasks of living, they often have no one to turn to but their family members. A groundbreaking program in Washington will change that for residents of the state. Martha Hays, left, works with a nurse during a ...
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    10. Social Security impostor scam: It's growing, and this is how it works

      Social Security impostor scam: It's growing, and this is how it works
      Social Security impostor scam: It's growing, and this is how it works David P. Willis Facing a cash shortfall of $13.9 trillion through 2093, the latest trustees report offers a very simple, yet effective, solution. More To scammers, your Social Security number is a gold-plated and diamond-encrusted asset , and now they have a new way to try to steal yours and get paid. Consumer advocates are raising an ...
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    11. Social Security Buying Power Has Dropped a Whopping 33% Since 2000. Here's What the Average Check Is Now

      Social Security Buying Power Has Dropped a Whopping 33% Since 2000. Here's What the Average Check Is Now
      A retiree who collected the average Social Security check in 2000 has lost $407.90 in purchasing power over the past 19 years. More Social Security benefits have lost one third of their buying power since 2000, according to a report released Tuesday by The Senior Citizens League, a non-profit organization. Retirees monthly benefit checks have not kept up with the skyrocketing costs of prescription drugs and other essential goods ...
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    12. Tariffs may boost next year's Social Security cost-of-living adjustment. Why that could be bad

      Tariffs may boost next year's Social Security cost-of-living adjustment. Why that could be bad
      The Social Security Office in Alhambra, California. More As Washington and Beijing face off on tariffs, there could be one unseen group affected: retirees. The Senior Citizens League , a nonpartisan group advocating for seniors, on Tuesday released its latest report on the buying power of Social Security benefits. The group also projected this year's Social Security Cost-of-Living Adjustment, or COLA, at 1.7% for 2020.
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