Does Your Medicare Policy Need a Check Up?

Rising health care costs are often cited as people’s number one retirement concern.  So why is it that only 10-15% of retirees re-evaluate and change their Medicare coverage during the annual open enrollment period each year?  According to a series of focus groups conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation, many retirees don’t review their coverage […]

The Bad News About Long-Term Care

If you have a loved one who needed end of life care, you’re probably well aware of the high costs of long-term care services.  Long-term care generally refers to the help needed when people cannot perform two or more so-called activities of daily living, such as dressing and bathing.  This care includes home based assistance, […]