3 Actions to Prevent Injuries

Medicare.gov and the CDC identify 3 actions that can help prevent injuries as you age. Although it is targeted at Medicare beneficiaries, everyone can take something away!   The first thing the CDC recommends is to talk with your doctor about fall prevention. There are many forms of prevention from household items to prescriptions made…

Medicare Wish List

Paying Billions for Controversial Alzheimer’s Drug? How About Funding This Instead? (Republished with permission from Kaiser Health News) By Judith Graham July 6, 2021 – Article summarized by My Insurance Lady    The US government spends approximately $56 Billion each year on improving health care for adults aging into Medicare. In recent news, there has…

2021 Retirement Calendar Checklist

Your bulletin board guide to staying on track… Use this calendar checklist to look ahead throughout the year to track important deadlines and actions you must take for your finances and health care. Questions? Just give us a call and we’ll be glad to help. Fill out the form below for the full guide! First…

Health Care Options in Retirement

While you were working, you likely relied on employer insurance. But after retirement your options are different, and that requires careful planning.  Some 58% of people in the U.S. today get their health insurance through an employer, either their own or a spouse’s (or a parent’s, if under 26). Employers usually subsidize the premiums, so…

6 Savvy Questions About Social Security

Social Security is more complicated than most people think. Here are six of the most common questions that come up on Social Security. With the baby boom generation entering retirement, there’s a lot of demand for good Social Security information. People are confused—both about how the system works, and how these inner workings affect their…