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Everything You Need To Know About The New Medicare Cards 

In April, the government will start sending out new Medicare cards, launching a massive, yearlong effort to alter how 59 million people enrolled in the federal health insurance program are identified.

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Social Security Inaction To Result In 23 Percent Benefit Cut By 2034

If Social Security can follow the status quo over the path of the trustees’ forecast for the program, it is a pretty mild outcome.

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Congressional Two-Step: Cut Taxes, Then Cut Entitlements

Elder rights groups are warning that the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (HR 1) will be financed by gutting entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare.

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ACA: How GOP Can Still Alter Your Coverage

The Affordable Care Act’s worst enemies are now in charge of the vast range of health coverage it created. They’re also discussing changes that could affect a wider net of employment-based policies and Medicare coverage for seniors.

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Late-life economic inequality has risen sharply in recent decades

As Washington lawmakers consider various measures that could add to the financial hardship suffered by some older Americans, a study last year shed light on the economic inequality middle and lower class retirees already face.

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Are health savings accounts good for retirees?

Health Savings Accounts are surging in popularity, and that can lead to some complications for older workers who enroll in Medicare.

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