NOT RETIRING AT 65? WHEN SHOULD YOU BUY MEDICARE?

NOT RETIRING AT 65? WHEN SHOULD YOU BUY MEDICARE?

The benefits of Medicare are initially activated when you turn 65. That is when you first enroll in this federal healthcare program for seniors. But what if you are still working at the age of 65 and don’t want to officially retire? Medicare enrollment and retirement...
QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN CHOOSING MEDICARE

QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN CHOOSING MEDICARE

Whether you are already part of the nearly 60 million enrollees of the program, or are looking to join its ranks soon, we are here to help you answer the most commonly asked question – how to choose the right Medicare plan for you. Before you apply for Medicare, it is...
7 THINGS NEW ENROLLEES SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MEDICARE

7 THINGS NEW ENROLLEES SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MEDICARE

To help bring clarity, we have compiled a “New to Medicare” checklist to help you out with all the basic Medicare information that you’ll need. Before 1965, Americans over the age of 65 had difficulty gaining access to private health insurance coverage....
IMPACT OF STRESS ON SENIORS’ HEALTH

IMPACT OF STRESS ON SENIORS’ HEALTH

Stress is a significant contributor to declining health and wellbeing; it has even been identified as a primary cause of cardiovascular diseases, mental health disorders and the weakening of the immune system. Stress is a significant contributor to declining health...
MEDICARE AND RISING PRESCRIPTION DRUG COSTS

MEDICARE AND RISING PRESCRIPTION DRUG COSTS

Are you worried about rising health care costs? There are many ways to save money, available to you. One of these is our new Price Check My Rx tool. You can also learn how to save money by using generic drugs. Know your prescription cost and options As a soon-to-be or...
3 New Ways That Medicare Is Supporting Family Caregivers

3 New Ways That Medicare Is Supporting Family Caregivers

‘So often caregivers are often unseen and unsung heroes,’ head of Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services says Family members, often thrust into caregiving with little notice, also must navigate a complex medical system without any training or guidance. “I feel...