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    2. How Much Will Healthcare Cost You in Retirement? Try $369,000.

      How Much Will Healthcare Cost You in Retirement? Try $369,000.
      Certain retirement expenses, like transportation, utilities, and communication services, are fairly predictable. But if there's one senior expense that can be difficult to nail down, it's healthcare. There are so many variables that go into that equation, especially the evolving state of one's health. But there are estimates out there as to what healthcare in retirement will cost, and being aware of them can help seniors come ...
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    3. Is There a Wrong Age to Claim Social Security?

      Is There a Wrong Age to Claim Social Security?
      Is There a Wrong Age to Claim Social Security? Chuck Saletta, The Motley Fool Reblog A recent study is making headlines by claiming that somewhere in the neighborhood of 96% of retirees claim their Social Security benefits at the wrong age -- generally too soon to have optimized benefits. Despite any statistics that may have been misused by the study, as is usually the case, reality is a lot more nuanced ...
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    4. How to Pick the Best Nursing Home for Your Loved One

      How to Pick the Best Nursing Home for Your Loved One
      About Making the decision to place a loved one in a nursing home or skilled nursing facility can be difficult. Choosing to do so can mean your loved one is provided with around the clock health care and a variety of personal care services, as well as social activities, meal services, and companionship. Placing your loved one in a nursing home can also run the risk of potentially dangerous situations ...
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    5. How to Protect Your Elderly Parents from Fraud

      How to Protect Your Elderly Parents from Fraud
      Elder abuse and fraudlong a problemare getting new attention these days. The United Nations designated June 15 asWorld Elder Abuse Awareness Day, and this month, the Justice Department Justice unveiled aTransnational Elder Fraud Strike Force. It brings together many government agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Postal Inspection Service, to tackle fraud targeting American seniors.
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    6. What's the Difference Between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans?

      What's the Difference Between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans?
      What's the Difference Between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage Plans? Save One of the biggest decisions retirees have to make is how they are going to protect their health. The average 65-year-old couple retiring today will spend $285,000 on healthcare, according to Fidelity, but this number could be much higher if you develop a severe or chronic illness or if you choose the wrong Medicare plan.
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    7. What to know about Medicare before you retire

      What to know about Medicare before you retire
      Affordable medical coverage is something everyone wants, especially as people age. Luckily, our nation has safeguards for workers as they get older. Millions of people rely on Medicare, and it can be part of your health insurance plan when you retire. Medicare is available for people age 65 or older, as well as younger people who have received Social Security disability benefits for 24 months, and people with certain specific ...
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    8. The Self-Employed Worker's Guide to Social Security

      The Self-Employed Worker's Guide to Social Security
      Self-employed workers face some unique financial challenges, including extra hoops to jump through at tax time and no employer to match their retirement fund contributions. The rules surrounding Social Security are also a little different for these workers, and it's crucial that you understand them so you don't accidentally cost yourself benefits. Here's a look at how being self-employed impacts how much you pay into Social Security ...
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    9. The Single-Best Reason for Boomers and Gen Xers to Take Social Security at Age 62

      The Single-Best Reason for Boomers and Gen Xers to Take Social Security at Age 62
      The Single-Best Reason for Boomers and Gen Xers to Take Social Security at Age 62 Despite a permanently-reduced monthly payout, one uncertainty may make an early claim worthwhile. Sean Williams ( TMFUltraLong ) Jun 22, 2019 at 6:06AM We're tasked with making a number of big decisions throughout our lifetimes, but perhaps none is as important as deciding when to begin taking Social Security benefits.
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    10. HSAs Provide A Sweet Tax Break, But Some May Increase Health Care Spending

      HSAs Provide A Sweet Tax Break, But Some May Increase Health Care Spending
      The idea behind HSAs was simple and elegant, in its way. Give workers generous tax breaks to put aside money to help pay for their health care. That in turn would make it easier for employers to offer those employees high-deductible health plans. The high-deductible plans put more of the burden on consumers, rather than insurance companies, to pay those first-dollar costs. In theory, the combination of HSAs and high-deductible ...
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    11. Is Medicare Free?

      Is Medicare Free?
      Millions of seniors get health coverage through Medicare once they retire. But many make one big mistake going into their golden years: They assume that Medicare is free. Medicare is actually made up of several distinct parts, but only one of them -- Part A -- is free. Part A covers hospital care, and technically, some people do need to pay for it, but it's free for most enrollees. Parts B ...
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    12. How To Maximize The Value Of Your Health Savings Account

      How To Maximize The Value Of Your Health Savings Account
      Healthcare in the U.S. can be insanely expensive no matter how healthy you are, yet having health insurance doesnt always help with long-term costs. After all, the lowest tier of health insurance plans which are referred to as Bronze plans only cover 60% of healthcare expenses, according to Healthcare.gov. Plus, health insurance plans in 2019 come with a maximum out-of-pocket limit of $7,900 for individuals and $15 ...
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    13. Colorado, Connecticut, New Mexico consider public-option plans

      Colorado, Connecticut, New Mexico consider public-option plans
      While Washington state prepares to roll out public plans run by private insurers, at least three other states are on the way to developing their own, distinctive public-option models.Colorado is considering a wide range of possible vehicles for a public plan. Connecticut is eyeing creation next year of a new Connecticut Option plan for individuals and small businesses. New Mexico seeks to let people who dont qualify for Affordable ...
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