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Social Security-Think You Retire at 65? Think Again!

Retire at 65?  Are you searching for the best time to start collecting Social Security benefits? Confused about the consequences of your actions? Many of us are. Social Security has a multitude of rules and regulations. It can be hard to figure out what they all mean, but more importantly, what do they mean to […]

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MEDICARE: Part C 2017

Medicare Part C 2017 Medicare is divided into four parts: Part A, B, C, and D. Each part covers different services. Part C is a combination of the parts and provided by a single health organization. Part C, also known as Medicare Advantage Plans, are all-inclusive plans offered by private insurance companies. They operate like […]

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Medicare: Part D 2017

Medicare Part D 2017 Medicare Part D is Prescription Drug Coverage. The plans are not offered by Medicare, but by private insurance companies that must meet specific standards. To Qualify To qualify, you must participate in Part A and Part B. Offered by Outside Insurance Companies Medicare itself does not offer Part D policies. The […]

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Medigap: Medicare Supplemental Insurance 2017

MEDIGAP Medicare has four parts: Part A, B, C, and D. Each part covers a different service. Medigap supplements your coverage. Medigap: What is it? Medigap is also known as Medicare Supplemental Insurance. It is extra health insurance you buy from a private company that provides coverage for deductibles, co-pays, and services that are not […]

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Social Security: The Pitfalls of Waiting Till 70

IS IT BEST TO WAIT AS LONG AS POSSIBLE FOR SOCIAL SECURITY? NOT NECESSARILY! Are you searching for that magic moment that will give you the most from Social Security? How do you find it? Where will you look? Waiting for Social Security Can Cost You You can begin collecting Social Security any time between […]

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Women and Social Security-5 Tips

The choices you make today will affect your Social Security payment amount later on. This is true, even if you are in your 60s and are rapidly approaching retirement age. It’s especially true for our daughters and granddaughters, who still have several years, or even decades, to go before retirement age. I always thought that […]

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5 TIPS TO NEW SOCIAL SECURITY LAW

5 TIPS TO NEW SOCIAL SECURITY LAW The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 made some significant changes to Social Security law. The new laws do away with some lucrative claiming strategies. You may still be eligible for these additional funds, but if you are, you need to act quickly. If you will be 66 or […]

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Social Security: How is it Calculated?

Social Security:  How is it Calculated? As you approach retirement, you’ll want to know what your future Social security payment will be. As I talk to readers, I find there is confusion about how benefits are calculated. Some think it is based on your last five or ten years of work and that taking a […]

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Best Time to Collect Social Security

Social Security is a major component of retirement financial existence. Knowing these facts will help you make informed decisions that may affect your income for the rest of your life. FULL RETIREMENT AGE Full Retirement Age is when Social Security considers you eligible for full retirement benefits. Full Retirement Age used to be 65 for […]

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3 Expenses That Can Blow Your Retirement Budget

Don’t Bust Your Budget Creating a retirement budget can be a challenge. Most of us no longer have the income we once had and must be more aware of how we spend our money. We can calculate our recurring monthly expenses such as mortgage, electricity and food. We can also account for our annual recurring expenses […]

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