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Airline, Hotel Elite Status: Harder To Get (Or Keep) In 2023

For the past couple of years, hotel and airline loyalty programs have extended elite status in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Why Do So Many Older Adults Choose Medicare Advantage?

In 2022, 48 percent of Medicare beneficiaries were enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans instead of original Medicare, and experts predict that number will be higher in 2023.

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The Problems With Using Buy Now, Pay Later To Fund Travel

Book a flight or hotel room now, and pay it off later? It’s an increasingly common trend in travel spending.

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Wireless Earbuds Work As Inexpensive Hearing Aids

Some commercial earbuds can perform as well as hearing aids. The result could help a large proportion of people with hearing loss access more affordable sound amplification devices.

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What Does The Debt Limit Problem Mean For Social Security, Medicare?

The U.S. government on Thursday ran up against its legal borrowing capacity of $31.381 trillion, and the Treasury Department began implementing “extraordinary measures” to avoid a default.

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Airbnb Aims To Convince More People To Rent Out Their Homes

Convinced that the boom in leisure travel is permanent, Airbnb aims to expand its listings by convincing more people to turn their homes into short-term rentals.

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