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Will Generous Social Security COLA Be Offset By Medicare Premiums?

Retirees can look forward to the largest Social Security cost-of-living adjustment next year since 2012 — but don’t break out the champagne just yet.

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Promises Made To Protect Preexisting Conditions Prove Hollow

  The Senate bill has loopholes for states to erode coverage for preexisting conditions.   Photo: Congressional Democrats rally, May 4. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) By Jay Hancock and Rachel Bluth Senate Republicans praised the Affordable Care Act replacement bill they presented Thursday as preserving coverage for people with cancer, mental illness and other chronic illness. But […]

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Senators’ Dueling Web Shoutouts Echo Nation’s Partisan Divide On Obamacare

Politically, Sens. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, and Mark Warner, D-Va., are not all that far apart. Both are moderates who rejected proposed cuts in Medicaid funds.

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Discover 9 Bills Where You Can Cut A Better Deal

The word “bills” used to be synonymous with “fixed expenses.” But there’s nothing fixed about many of the bills a typical household pays today.

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Should You Treat Your Marriage Like A Business?

My artist husband likes to say that if I were in charge of our spending, we’d be sitting on milk crates instead of furniture and that if he were in charge, we’d have no retirement accounts.

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Do You Suffer From A Longevity Disconnect?

Too many of us don’t realize that this boost in lifespan means we need to fund a retirement that could last for 20 or 30 years. This is what’s known as the longevity disconnect.

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