From the PA Department of Aging -The U.S. Congress directed the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to come up with a new Medicare
Who’s Living Longer?
“Age 100 is now a possible goal for young people around the world with good health care.”
Answers to Your Medicare Questions
“When you turn 65, you have to master a new health care system.”
Find Out More about Home Healthcare Services
“It should ease your mind to learn that there are many more sources of funding for in-home healthcare than you may think.” There can be
The Bumpy Ride of Care for Your Parents
“Thanks to Father Time and copious amounts of prescription drugs, people are living longer. But with longer lives comes the potential for increased healthcare needs.”
Work A Bit More and See the Benefits!
“Working into the second half of your sixties (or even longer) can mean a happier, more financially secure retirement when you finally leave your job.”
Myths of the Midlife Marriage
There are numerous money myths that you’ll hear when you consider getting married at midlife, particularly if your spouse-to-be has children from a first marriage.
The Fine Print about Reverse Mortgages
A reverse mortgage is a mortgage you can take out when you’re 62 years or older. This plan lets you stay in your home as
Medicare Now to Reimburse Doctors for Testing Patients for Alzheimer’s or Dementia
Finally, after many years of pressure from patient advocate groups, Medicare will begin to reimburse doctors for the time needed to test patients with cognitive
Retirement in Special Needs Families
The big challenge for many Special Needs Families is balancing the financial needs of retirement with the long-term needs of a child with a disability.
Massachusetts Looks at Changing Special Needs Trusts
A recent article in The Boston Globe, “MassHealth may force seniors to make hard choice,” explains that disabled seniors in the state may need to
Make a Plan to Make a Plan for Retirement
Everyone’s busy with families, careers, home-buying, and then one day, college for the kids. It shouldn’t be too surprising that retirement planning takes a back