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Should You Donate Rewards To Charity?

If you’re looking to give to charity this holiday season but don’t want to dip into your bank account, donating unused credit card rewards, hotel points and airline miles can be a helpful alternative.

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Medicare Open Enrollment Is Complicated: Here’s How to Get Good Advice

If you’ve been watching TV lately, you may have seen actor Danny Glover or Joe Namath, the 77-year-old NFL legend, urging you to call an 800 number to get fabulous extra benefits from Medicare.

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Black Friday

There’s Reason To Shop This Black Friday

Like most things in 2020, Black Friday won’t be the same this year. But at least in the case of holiday shopping, change might not necessarily be a bad thing.

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Open Enrollment

How To Save Money During Medicare Open Enrollment

By using the open enrollment period to evaluate your existing coverage and learn about all your options, you may be able to save significantly on your health care costs next year.

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Roth 401k, retirement

Sudden Retirement? Here’s What To Do Next

The pandemic seems to be driving a surge of early retirements as businesses close or downsize and older people weigh the health risks of continuing to work.

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drug costs

Debit Card Won’t Do Much For Your Drug Costs

If they’ve been listening to President Donald Trump, seniors may be expecting a $200 debit card in the mail any day now to help them pay for prescription drugs.

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