Wading Through Medicare Coverage Data Does Not Need to Be Overwhelming

Wading Through Medicare Coverage Data Does Not Need to Be Overwhelming

In the United States, people have varied opinions about Medicare, many of which are based on hearsay. They are inundated with advertising in the months leading up to “open enrollment” every year, and politicians quarrel about funding. But what is Medicare, and how is it funded? When should a person start thinking about signing up […]

Social Security Recipients to Receive Largest COLA Since 1982

Social Security Recipients to Receive Largest COLA Since 1982

The Social Security Administration (SSA) announced recipients will receive a hefty 5.9 percent increase in their monthly benefits beginning in January 2022. The cost of living increase (COLA) is good news since the United States is suffering from crippling inflation, which is making it difficult for low-income seniors to afford necessities like food and heating […]

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