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Go-Broke Dates Pushed Back For Social Security, Medicare

A stronger-than-expected economic recovery from the pandemic has pushed back the go-broke dates for Social Security and Medicare, but officials warn that the current economic turbulence is putting additional pressures on the bedrock retirement programs.

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Reopening In COVID Era: How To Adapt To New Normal

Should I go to the beach? What about the hair salon? A sit-down restaurant meal? Visit Mom on Mother’s Day?

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Arthritis Drugs Show How U.S. Drug Prices Defy Economics

Renda Bower knows well the cost of drugs to treat rheumatoid arthritis; her husband, son and daughter all have the painful, disabling autoimmune disease. And the family’s finances revolve around paying for them.

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Retirement? Many leaving workforce years later

As more and more Americans either choose, or are forced, into bridge employment, the expectation of what retirement actually means is rapidly changing.

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Older and jobless, U.S. recovery doesn’t show entire picture

Age discrimination is illegal under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967. The law prohibits treating job applicants or employees who are over age 40 less favorably because of age.

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Crisis or speed bump? What UK vote on European Union means

Britain’s vote to leave the European Union adds a heavy dose of uncertainty to a world economy that is still struggling to reach full speed years after the global financial crisis.

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