Though you’re probably living a healthy and active lifestyle and enjoying your golden years, you should know that if you become incapacitated, you could face a surprising and concerning consequence. If you haven’t made legal arrangements for your assets, a state court can appoint a complete stranger to take over the job. Ward of the [ … ]
Changes in the government over the past few years have resulted in some negative shifts regarding senior-based programs, such as Medicare and Social Security. In fact, some of the bills that have been proposed and moved through the steps toward approval are focused on cutting, or even eliminating, these programs. These changes are worrying many [ … ]
When you hear about a “donut hole,” you might think about those sweet round balls of doughy goodness you pick up at your local pastry shop. However, in terms of to Medicare, it means something very different. This donut hole refers to the potential gap in coverage that affects many people who are covered [ … ]
Open to U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents, Medicaid is a joint state and federal program that provides medical coverage for low income, needy, and disabled persons. Because it’s tied to the recipient’s income, Medicaid has many facets that are often misunderstood regarding the availability of the program, its relationship to welfare, and whether [ … ]
Despite its importance to many Americans 65 and older, many people don’t understand how Medicare works. Below are some of the most common questions you may have about Medicare and how it impacts you. How Can I Receive Medicare Benefits? Many Americans are eligible to receive Medicare benefits when they reach age 65, as [ … ]
Sifting through the information about Medicare and Medicaid is a daunting task. Not only is the topic complicated, but Medicare and Medicaid are constantly shifting and evolving with the political landscape. When trying to figure out which of the two services you need, be aware that the ultimate decision lies in your medical needs, your [ … ]
January 27, 2017: With President Trump in the White House, there have been rumors changes will occur in Medicare and Medicaid. If such changes do happen, they may affect how you pay for your health care and medication. Republicans are expected to make cuts toMedicare benefits, change Medicaid funding, and potentially, shift the Medicare program [ … ]
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