Falling is a threat millions of aging Americans face, especially those 65 and up. At least one in four elderly people will suffer a fall each year. The CDC analyzed data from a 2014 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey and found that suffering one fall doubles an elderly person's chance of having a repeat fall. The survey also showed that only half of the falls that occur each year are discussed with a health care provider. As we head into the winter and
Medicare Open Enrollment is your chance to reevaluate your coverage and change plans. It is also called the annual coordinated election period or the annual election period and you can change your coverage whether it is an Advantage plan, an original plan or a prescription drug plan through Part D. During Open Enrollment, you can change from Advantage to an Original plan, change Advantage Plans, drop Part D entirely or join a prescription drug plan. Medicare plans can be conf
Your 50th birthday is a big milestone in your life, and once you’re past it, you should think about ramping up your retirement planning. Hopefully you’ve been hitting your goals every year. But no matter what your financial situation is like, you can make sure you’re on the right track with a few simple planning tips to use throughout your 50s.
1. Figure Out Your Goals
When it comes to your goals, there are two main ones that you should have in your monthly savings goal a
After circling and re-circling the healthcare wagon, President Trump's administration now shifts its attention to tax reform. A level of skepticism seems to shroud every major piece of legislation that "Number 45" has put forward so far, but there seems to be some optimism around his plan for tax reform. Many news outlets have accused Trump's new tax plan as a big tax cut for the wealthiest people in the country, but there are some implications that this new tax code will be
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