Archive | Finance & Work

Waivers

Waivers For Covid Treatment Fees Starting To Diminish

Just as other industries are rolling back some consumer-friendly changes made early in the pandemic — think empty middle seats on airplanes — so, too, are health insurers.

Read the full story

Posted in Health, Your Money0 Comments

Market, money, retirement

How The Pandemic Has Shaken Up Retirement

Pandemic-related job losses forced many older Americans out of the workplace in the past year, perhaps permanently. But the COVID-19 crisis also seems to have delayed some retirements.

Read the full story

Posted in Retirement, Your Money0 Comments

drug prices coupons, Democrats

Democrats Seek Narrow Path To Rein In Cost Of Medicines

President Joe Biden’s call for authorizing Medicare to negotiate lower prescription drug prices has energized Democrats on a politically popular idea they’ve been pushing for nearly 20 years only to encounter frustration.

Read the full story

Posted in Health, Your Money0 Comments

paperwork, autopay

Autopay Among 5 Pandemic-Driven Financial Habits Worth Keeping

For many Americans, spending less amid the pandemic came naturally because of income loss or fewer spending options after restaurants and travel largely shut down.

Read the full story

Posted in Your Money0 Comments

fraud

Fraud Watch: Avoiding COVID-19 Related Medicare Scams

Medicare fraud is not a new issue and long predates the pandemic, but during times of crisis, scammers often get more aggressive and creative with targeting older adults.

Read the full story

Posted in Your Money0 Comments

FDA

FDA Seeks Way To Review Old Drugs Without Causing Price Hikes

Chuck Peterson of Omaha, Nebraska, recently experienced a swollen, painful knuckle caused by arthritis. He got a prescription for colchicine.

Read the full story

Posted in Health, Your Money0 Comments

Join Now for the 50 Plus Newsletter