Tag Archive | "personal finance"


Why Long-Term Care Insurance Falls Short for So Many

The private insurance market has proved wildly inadequate in providing financial security for most of the millions of older Americans who might need home health aides, assisted living, or other types of assistance with daily living. 

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Want To Buy Now, Pay Later This Holiday Season? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions First

hoppers gearing up for the 2023 holiday season won’t have to look hard for a convenient way to pay for all those presents.

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A Fall Financial Cleanse Could Get Your Spending Back On Track

If summer is a season of spontaneity and indulgence, then fall offers a counterpoint: It’s a chance to get back on schedule, and back on budget.

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How To Plan For Retirement Together

Retirement is an exciting time for couples, with the promise of more freedom and more time to spend together. It’s also a major lifestyle change that should be planned for both emotionally and financially.

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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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Why Loyalty Shouldn’t Apply To Your Credit Cards

Loyalty to family is admirable, but limiting yourself to just one bank’s brood of credit cards may be a tie that binds you up.

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