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Getting Ready for 2019 Medicare Open Enrollment

The annual Medicare Open Enrollment Period (OEP) begins October 15. You’ll have the opportunity to sign up for Medicare or change the plan you already have. As you prepare to take advantage of the OEP, information is your most valuable resource. Here’s a look at what’s changing and where you can turn for guidance. What’s […]

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Aging Policy Priorities on the Horizon

The current session of Congress is focused on a number of issues important to older Americans and those who serve them. Here’s a look at the key policy priorities that may see movement this year.

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A Guide to Medicare Advantage/Part C Costs

Medicare covers a wide range of medical services, but most are not free. Here’s what you should expect to pay out-of-pocket throughout the year if you’re enrolled in a Medicare Advantage/Part C plan.

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5 Healthy Aging Tips Every Woman Should Know

Women are often the first line of defense when protecting their family’s health, but in doing so tend to put their concerns on the back burner. These quick tips can help keep you happy and healthy as you juggle your everyday responsibilities.

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A Second Chance to Switch Medicare Advantage Plans

A new opportunity to switch Medicare Advantage/Part C plans is happening right now. The annual Medicare[...]

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New Congress begins slowly, but seniors’ priorities remain on the docket

As the partial government shutdown extends into a fourth week and becomes the longest one on record, we continue to monitor the effects on benefits and services that older adults rely on.

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What’s New for Medicare in 2019

Medicare changes every year. Here’s what you should expect in 2019.

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