If you plan to continue working after you reach age 65, you may be wondering how Medicare coordinates with your employer’s group health plan. When you’re eligible for both types of coverage, you’ll need to consider the benefits and costs, and navigate an array of rules.
How does Medicare work with your group health plan?
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When you’re mired deep in the day-to-day challenges of the management of your business, it’s often hard to step out of the trees and take a good hard look at the forest. But at various points in the business cycle, it’s important to do just that. For example, one of the key decisions you’ll need […]
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Frank Lalli author of Your Best Health Care Now, wrote his book in order to educate individuals on the right questions to ask, who to ask, and how to get discounts from doctors and insurance companies in regards to all things health care. Frank Lalli’s impressive resume of working for Time Inc., […]
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October 15th is the opening date that begins enrollment for individuals who will be signing up for Medicare and for individuals who must buy into or alter their supplemental Advantage or Part D prescription drug plans. Enrollment goes from October 15th – December 7th of 2016.
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Avoid These Possible Life Insurance Mistakes
With retirement come so many questions and uncertainties: how long will we live, what if I gain a disability, and what if I require professional medical care at home or need to be at a nursing home? Unfortunately there is a lack of awareness about the risk of long-term care.
New marriages where one person, or both, brings children into the relationship raise the question of “can a person leave their step-children nothing, if the spouse dies without a will?” Surprisingly, cases involving stepparents and stepchildren are very common.
Life insurance is an asset that can serve various purposes, for most people, it is a tool utilized for income replacement. While life insurance can be of great use, you should remember to keep an eye on it rather than just stuffing it away in a drawer.
A Health Savings Account (HSA) can be considered as “the other retirement plan”. An HSA can help serves as an additional retirement savings along with your IRA or 401(k).
The most expensive colleges are now over $65,000 per year. At the same time, student loan debt is over $1 trillion and escalating right along with the cost of college. Student loans, however, are not the only way families can borrow to help pay for college. The following is an overview of the 8 common types of loans used in education funding, followed by a bit of guidance to help you understand which loan(s) might be best for you and your child. 2015 Guide To FAFSA, CSS Profile, College Financial Aid And Expected Family Contribution (EFC)