Retirement Insurance & Health

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  1. No Job? Not Eligible for Medicare? You Have Options

    If you lose your job but don't qualify for Medicare yet, you have options for healthcare coverage.
  2. Does Insurance Matter More When You’re Retired?

    Insurance could be more important during your retirement years than you think.
  3. Does Medicare Part D Cover All Prescription Costs?

    It is important to understand the costs and prescription drug coverage of Medicare Part D.
  4. How to Prepare for Rising Long-Term Care Premiums

    Long-term care insurance policies are increasing drastically. Here's what can you do about it.
  5. 3 Tax-Free Income Options for Retirement

    Learn more about three investments options that will provide tax-free income during retirement.
  6. Increase Tax-Free Retirement Income With an HSA

    The tax-free income from health savings accounts (HSAs) can be beneficial in retirement.
  7. Understanding the Basics of Medicare

    Understanding these Medicare basics will help you choose the coverage that is right for you.
  8. Retiring? Don't Rule out Your Employer's Healthcare Yet

    If you are offered employer retiree medical benefits, take them and focus on long-term care.
  9. The Many Benefits of Deferred Annuities

    Having a deferred annuity can ensure income in retirement above and beyond Social Security.
  10. Who Can Get an HSA?

    Financial advisor Louis Kokernak explains who is eligible for a health savings account.
  11. Managing Healthcare Costs in Retirement

    Following these steps can increase your ability to adequately cover retirement healthcare costs.
  12. How to Build Retirement Income with Annuities

    Annuities may provide an excellent tool when it comes to building income for retirement. Here's why.
  13. The Advantages of Indexed Universal Life Insurance

    An indexed universal life insurance policy can be an all-in-one financial device. Here's why, and here are some of its key ...
  14. Should You Enroll in Medicare if You're Still Working?

    Whether or not you should enroll in Medicare while working depends on your particular situation.
  15. Medicare Enrollment Part 1: When to Enroll

    The first step to successfully enrolling in Medicare is determining when you should enroll.
  16. Plan for the Inevitable: How We Can Prepare for Death

    Preparing for death doesn't just include getting your financial house in order.
  17. The Lesser Known Benefits of HSAs

    The lesser know benefits of Health Savings Accounts shouldn't be overlooked.
  18. Do Retirees Still Need Life Insurance?

    These questions can help decide whether or not life insurance is needed in retirement.
  19. Term Life Insurance: Everything You Need to Know

    Term life insurance is an affordable way to financially protect your loved ones after your death. Here's what you need to ...
  20. Using Indexed Universal Life for Retirement Income

    Designed properly, indexed universal life insurance can be a great way to save for investors who have the keen ability to ...
  21. Balance and Protect Your Estate With Life Insurance

    Three tips for using life insurance to preserve your estate and equalize estate distributions.
  22. How Your Income Affects Your Medicare Premiums

    Those with higher modified adjusted gross income pay more for Medicare coverage.
  23. MAGI, Medicare Premiums and Social Security

    The U.S. figured out how to up tax revenue, pay less Social Security and charge more for Medicare.
  24. Why Tax-Advantaged Is Better Than Tax-Deferred

    Tax-advantaged retirement accounts can save you money in retirement when you need it most.
  25. The One Mandatory Cost in Retirement

    Rather than worrying about water heaters turning into missiles, we should be worried about Medicare.
  26. Your Wants vs. Needs in Retirement

    Once your retirement needs are covered, you should enjoy your wants.
  27. Sometimes the Less Expensive Option Costs You More

    Sometimes the option that seems less expensive can wind up costing you more in the long run.
  28. Taking Care of the Super Seniors in Our Lives

    Take care of the seniors in your life.
  29. Benefactor

    An individual that provides money or other resources to an individual, group, or organization.
  30. How to Plan Financially for a Chronic Illness

    Here's why and how to plan ahead financially for a progressive or long-term illness.
  31. How to Maximize the Use of Your HSA

    A health savings account is an often misunderstood financial planning tool.
  32. 3 Steps to Plan for Life’s 'What If?' Moments

    These three steps are crucial when planning for legal, financial and physical health.
  33. Why People Are Delaying Retirement

    Baby Boomers are changing retirement. Exactly how, though, is still evolving as the realities of life sometimes clash with ...
  34. How Rising College Costs Impact the 4% Rule

    This is how the rising costs of a college education impact the 4% retirement withdrawal rule.
  35. Are You Prepared for Your Parents’ Retirement?

    Dealing with your parents' retirement will be easier if you have a plan ahead of time.
  36. Why a Repeal of Obamacare Could Be a Boon for Wealthy Investors

    If President Trump succeeds in repealing Obamacare, high net worth investors could see a payoff in more ways than one.
  37. Avoid Paying More for Medicare by Planning Ahead

    Use these methods to reduce your retirement income to avoid the income-related Medicare adjustment.
  38. 5 Ways to Protect Your Money in Retirement

    Here are five ways retirees should protect their money during retirement.
  39. 6 Ways to Ruin Your Retirement

    We all look forward to one day leaving the rat race behind and enjoying our golden years. But it's not a sure thing. Check ...
  40. The Priorities of Personal Finance

    Before saving everything for retirement, make sure you're living life now and have insurance in place.
  41. How Obamacare Repeal Could Make Medicare Prices Soar

    Medicare recipients face possible higher healthcare costs through Trump's proposed repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
  42. Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL)

    CASL is a professional designation for financial advisors who have demonstrated a commitment to helping clients who are older ...
  43. Should My Child Be My Life Insurance Beneficiary?

    Don't make the mistake of naming your minor child as your life insurance beneficiary.
  44. What You Should Know About Medicare Enrollment

    It's important to enroll in Medicare properly to have healthcare coverage in retirement.
  45. 5 Things I Wish I Told My Dad About Finances

    It's hard to overstate the importance of preparing financially for a loss of cognitive abilities.
  46. Don't Forget Long-Term Care in Retirement Plans

    Be sure to include long-term care and the expenses it involves in your retirement plan.
  47. Should Retirees Worry About Medicare Under Trump?

    With the Affordable Care Act on the chopping block, there are rumbles that Medicare could be next.
  48. Top 3 Mistakes Retirees Make With Their Finances

    There are several missteps that can prevent your retirement from going smoothly.
  49. 6 Steps to Calculate How Much Life Insurance You Need

    Use these basic calculations for an estimate of how much life insurance you should get.
  50. Financial New Year's Resolutions You Can Keep

    Start the year off right by evaluating your financial health and setting impactful and achievable goals.
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