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Retirement redefined: Staying in the workforce

Many Baby Boomers are returning to the workforce, often in new career paths. Longer, healthier lives have helped them stay in the workforce longer.

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How to maximize your Social Security benefits

If you’re one of the 59 million Americans collecting Social Security, the government’s announcement earlier this month that you won’t be getting a cost-of-living raise next year must have been a disappointment.

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Analyzing the long-term care insurance commitment

More than one-third of long-term care insurance (LTCI) policyholders who buy policies at age 65 or older let their coverage lapse sometime in their lifetime.

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5 simple tips for choosing a Medicare health plan

Choosing a plan isn’t as simple as just keeping the one you had last year or looking only at the monthly premium costs.

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No Social Security increases next year

For just the third time in 40 years, millions of Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees can expect no increase in benefits next year.

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Medicare drug premiums to rise to double-digits

The big premium increases should motivate enrollees to shop for new coverage during the fall enrollment. A key question for shoppers this year will be whether to buy a basic or enhanced plan.

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