Have you chosen a New Year’s resolution yet? Whether you’re transitioning into retirement, or have been retired for a few years now, your health is probably a top concern. Consider these five New Year’s resolutions to help maintain your health.
Each fall, Medicare operates their Annual Enrollment Period. During this time, you can make changes to your existing Medicare plan, and enroll in a new plan if desired. But we all tend to get busy toward the end of the year, and occasionally some people completely forget about enrollment! If you missed the enrollment cut-off on December 7, read on to find out what you can do now.
Hopefully your retirement will go smoothly for you, but it’s important to stay on top of current issues affecting retirement so that you can continue to adjust your plans. As you work toward your expected retirement date, keep in mind that these changes loom on the horizon for all of us.
We’re right in the middle of Medicare Open Enrollment, which began on October 15 and will end on December 7. Many seniors feel satisfied with their current Medicare plan, so they assume they don’t need to do anything during Open Enrollment. However, that isn’t necessarily true in every case. Here’s what you need to know.
Since mental health can actually affect the immune system and other bodily functions, you should be on guard against depression in yourself and your loved ones. Interestingly enough, for senior citizens, depression might not manifest as obvious symptoms like crying and sadness. We provide the details.
As we age, the risk of a car accident becomes more concerning. Healing is slower, and injuries are more likely to be serious. Plus, the financial harm from a bad accident can be significant. We want you to have fun when you’re on the road, but remember to take these precautions to keep yourself safe
As you might already know, Medicare Open Enrollment has officially begun. But the selection process for Medicare plans can be confusing for most people. Why are there so many different types of Medicare, such as Part A, B, C, or D? How do you know which type of insurance you need? What’s changing this year, and what has remained the same?
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