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    2. The “Strongest Argument Against Medicare for All” Is Very, Very Weak

      The “Strongest Argument Against Medicare for All” Is Very, Very Weak
      The Strongest Argument Against Medicare for All Is Very, Very Weak By The New York Times recently published the strongest argument against Medicare for All. We regret to inform you that the case is, in fact, not strong at all. Bernie Sanders speaks during his event at Plymouth State University on September 29, 2019 in Plymouth, New Hampshire. (Scott Eisen / Getty Images) Our new issue, on war and militarism, is ...
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    3. Social Security's Latest Raise Is Nothing to Write Home About

      Social Security's Latest Raise Is Nothing to Write Home About
      Sorry, seniors -- looks like you won't be getting a big boost for 2020. Maurie Backman Oct 11, 2019 at 7:01AM Each year, millions of Social Security recipients eagerly await news of a cost-of-living increase, or COLA . The COLA has been around for decades, and its purpose is to help seniors on Social Security retain their buying power in the face of inflation.
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    4. Open enrollment: 8 things to keep in mind when choosing health insurance

      Open enrollment: 8 things to keep in mind when choosing health insurance
      Picking a health plan used to be easy. Not anymore. Today, whether you receive coverage through your employer , buy insurance on your own or are covered by Medicare , you likely face a slew of choices. Problem is, just as too many investment options in a 401(k) plan can paralyze employees, the same happens with health care. Indeed, a third of employees say they either dont understand or know nothing ...
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    5. Bernie Sanders rolls out wealth tax plan that would help fund ‘Medicare for All’

      Bernie Sanders rolls out wealth tax plan that would help fund ‘Medicare for All’
      Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled plans for a hefty tax on the ultra-rich that he says will pay for several of his expensive social spending proposals, including part of "Medicare for All." Bernie Sanders rolls out wealth tax plan that would help fund Medicare for All Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled plans for a hefty tax on the ultra-rich that he says will pay for several of his expensive social spending proposals ...
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    6. Older Workers Are Grossly Underestimating Their Retirement Healthcare Costs

      Older Workers Are Grossly Underestimating Their Retirement Healthcare Costs
      It's no secret thathealthcareis a major expense -- and burden -- for seniors. In fact, in a recentNationwide survey, healthcare costs topped future retirees' list of financial concerns. Yet many older Americans are underestimating those costs in a very big way. The average pre-retiree aged 50 and over expects healthcare in retirement to cost $7,000 a year. But in reality, that figure is $10,739, according to data cited by ...
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    7. 5 Challenges To Consider With Upcoming Medicare Open Enrollment

      5 Challenges To Consider With Upcoming Medicare Open Enrollment
      Are you ready for Medicares Open Enrollment? Its coming soon, running from October 15 through December 7. If youre age 65 or older and are eligible for Medicare, you have a golden opportunity to choose wisely regarding your coverage or correct any previous mistakes you might have made regarding your Medicare elections. You also have a chance to upgrade your coverage for 2020 and potentially save lots of money.
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    8. 4 Common Mistakes During Open Enrollment That Could Hurt Your Financial Wellness

      4 Common Mistakes During Open Enrollment That Could Hurt Your Financial Wellness
      Fall is a time of leaves changing colors, children going back to school, families enjoying Thanksgiving dinners, and open enrollment. Yes, its the opportunity for most employees to select which benefits they will choose for the following year. Here are some of the most common mistakes we see people make: Not fully understanding the value of an HSA-eligible health insurance plan.
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    9. Young Adults Take “Risky” Actions To Save On Health Care Costs

      Young Adults Take “Risky” Actions To Save On Health Care Costs
      Much of the news about health care costs focuses on the assets required to cover health care costs in retirement. HealthView Services 2018 Retirement Healthcare Costs Data Report estimates that a 65-year old couple in good health will need $363,946 to pay for health-care costs for the remainder of their lives, including Medicare and supplemental insurance premiums and out-of-pocket costs. However, people nearing retirement arent the only ones concerned ...
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    10. Why your employer-sponsored insurance may ultimately not be good for you

      Why your employer-sponsored insurance may ultimately not be good for you
      The Democratic presidential debates, which resume Sept. 12, have highlighted a deep disagreement over the future American health care system. Reflecting the anger of voters over medical costs, Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris argue for installing a Medicare-for-all system. Positioning himself as the moderate, Biden wants to build on the Affordable Care Act by introducing a government-sponsored insurance plan to compete with private plans on the ACA ...
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    11. Avoiding The Long-Term-Care Catastrophe

      Avoiding The Long-Term-Care Catastrophe
      Bruce Chernoff was right when he told the Washington Post that the long-term-care crisis in the United States will be catastrophic. Our aging population and changing demographics mean that we are becoming a nation with substantially more older people in need of care and substantially fewer younger people to provide it. The Washington Post article , while frightening in its content, is a relief in many ways as it means that ...
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