Archive | Retirement

Money

When You Should And Shouldn’t Tap a Roth IRA

Most retirement accounts are for one purpose: The money goes in and stays in until retirement. Pull it out early and you’ll have to pay taxes and penalties.

Read the full story

Posted in Retirement, Your Money0 Comments

Will GOP’s Next Health Reform Act Target Medicare?

President Donald Trump has vowed repeatedly that he “wouldn’t touch” Medicare or Social Security, but someone forgot to tell House Republicans.

Read the full story

Posted in Retirement, Your Money1 Comment

Can Delaying Social Security Equal Higher Medicare Costs?

Most people enroll in Medicare at 65, but those who are not yet receiving Social Security run the risk of much larger annual increases in their Part B premiums.

Read the full story

Posted in Retirement, Your Money0 Comments

GOP Health reform would weaken Medicare

The Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) under consideration in the U.S. Senate would mean higher premiums and reduced cost-sharing subsidies for lower-income older people.

Read the full story

Posted in Health, Finance & Work, Retirement, Commentary0 Comments

Over 55 Housing In Demand As Baby Boomers Age

As McHenry County gets grayer, developers are responding by building age-restricted communities for those older than 55, even as other segments of the housing market lag.

Read the full story

Posted in Housing Options0 Comments

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.

Read the full story

Posted in Retirement, Commentary, Your Money0 Comments

Page 1 of 1512345...10...Last »