It’s a day many moms look forward to all year long, but Mother’s Day can present a unique set of problems for adult children.
People plan for retirement but they don’t plan for growing old. From AgingParents.com, click for “Ten Warning Signs Your Parent Needs Help Handling Money”.
Pat Sweeting Reporting Are you a man over age 50? There are certain screening exams about which you should talk to your doctor. Recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force suggest that if […]
Nancy Nall Reporting One of the most expensive items in a senior’s budget is prescription drugs. Even if you have insurance coverage, it pays to be aware of what individual pharmacies charge for your medications. […]
By Joseph Braun, Humana Here are five simple steps to help select the best Medicare plan for you.
Anne Osmer Reporting If you are a Medicare beneficiary, it’s a good idea to review your drug plan coverage annually. Medicare prescription drug coverage, or Medicare Part D, provides insurance coverage to help pay for […]
Anne Osmer Reporting Don’t get caught uninsured if you decide to retire before age 65. According to a 2007 study by AARP Public Policy Institute, between 2000 and 2005 the number of retirees age 50-64 […]
Anne Osmer Reporting Most people have health insurance through their job, a spouse’s job, Medicare or other group health insurance. If you find yourself without, however – because of a job loss or other reason – […]
Anne Osmer Reporting Have you ever wondered how – or if – your pharmacist can read the seemingly illegible medication written on a prescription you’ve just received from your doctor? Just how does your pharmacist […]
Anne Osmer Reporting Anyone facing signing up for Medicare knows – or should know – there are some important decisions you may need to make. One of those decisions is what kind of plan to […]