Have you considered that family caregivers are almost always working? They are often, however, quiet or in the background, and not easily recognized for the valuable work they do every day, and often into every night. They may struggle to balance caregiving with other responsibilities, such as caring for their children, or with other activities… Read more »
Do you know when Medicare’s open enrollment period occurs? This year, Medicare’s annual open enrollment period begins October 15 and ends December 7. The open enrollment period gives Medicare beneficiaries an opportunity to make alterations to their coverage selections. Such changes can occur as the result of changes in healthcare needs, as well as changes… Read more »
Were you aware that, in an effort to address the nation’s troubled retirement system, federal lawmakers passed a major reform last year known as the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act, or the SECURE Act? The legislation is meant to help more people accumulate assets for retirement and for good reason. According to… Read more »
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