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New U.S. Medicare Cards Prompt Warnings About Phone Scams

Phone scammers are taking the card replacement program as an opportunity to target seniors. The most common trick is to call Medicare enrollees and tell them they must pay for their new cards.

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What Happens When Your Parents Die Broke

When people die, their debts don’t disappear. Those debts are now owed by their estates.

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4 Ways To Prevent Loneliness From Wrecking Your Retirement

A study found that nearly half of Americans report feeling lonely sometimes or always, which the study concluded is a national “epidemic.” 

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Life Stages And Estate Planning

Estate planning is not a one-time endeavor. Unfortunately many people believe that they do not need an estate plan until they approach retirement.

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Surprise Ambulance Bills: A Consumer’s Guide

When the ambulance service that picks you up is out-of-network, your insurer pays what it considers fair.

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4 Tips For Paying For College While Saving For Retirement

Saving for retirement and college simultaneously is a balancing act that many families face. However, experts say these goals don’t have to be in competition with each other.

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