Health Insurance

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Retiree Healthcare Costs Increased 8% In 2023

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That's about 8% more than what they needed a year ago, according to the research group.

Health Spending Took Up A Smaller Share Of U.S. Economy In 2022

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The growth in health spending resembled that of pre-pandemic times.

Ban On Surprise Medical Bills Pushes More Health Bonds To Brink

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The new rules may magnify other risks such as elevated interest rates and labor costs.

Health Insurance Is About To Boost Inflation After Months Of Relief

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US employers expect the total benefit cost per employee to rise 5.4% on average next year.

Health Insurance Premiums Now Cost $24,000 A Year, Survey Says

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The average employer-sponsored health insurance premium for US families rose 7% this year.

How Much Insurance Do Your Clients Really Need?

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A key question is, how much can your client afford to lose if disaster strikes?

Nikki Haley Wants To Cut Social Security, But Only For The Wealthy

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The GOP presidential candidate's plan also includes raising the retirement age for younger workers.

Saving Medicare Will Never Be Easier Than It Is Right Now

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The mysterious slowdown of U.S. healthcare costs offers a rare opportunity to close the program's long-term funding gap.

401(k) Balances Rise, But So Do Hardship Withdrawals, BofA Says

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The average 401(k) participant saw their account balances rise 9.6% during the first half of the year.

Health Insurers Don't Want You To Know Where Your Money Is Going

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U.S. companies and unions are suing the biggest health insurers for allegedly squandering money.

Employee Benefits Are Changing With The Workforce

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A new study says employees want more benefits for physical and mental well-being.

Trump Leads Biden Among Voters Over 50 In Battlegrounds, AARP Survey Finds

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Issues concerning older Americans could be key in next year's elections, the group found in a new survey.

Syphilis Emergency Looms In The U.S. As Drugs Run Low

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Drug shortages, though not uncommon, have hit nine-year highs in the U.S.

Many Caregivers Are Unprepared For Retirement, Says New Survey

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One quarter of those working as unpaid caregivers have $1,000 or less in savings, EBRI said.

Should People Enroll In Medicare At 65?

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There are several factors that go into deciding when to enroll in Medicare.

Health-Insurer Stocks Drop As UnitedHealth Warns Of Rising Medical Costs

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Health insurance companies are highly sensitive to fluctuations in medical costs.

HSAs Offer Untapped Retirement Benefits For Wealthy, Advisors Say

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Wealthy individuals need to take advantage of the savings potential offered by HSAs, advisors say.

Biden-McCarthy Debt Limit Deal Puts Government Services On A Diet

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The deal doesn't touch most of the fast-growing entitlement programs like Medicare, Social Security or Medicaid.

Can States Afford Retiree Healthcare Benefits?

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A new report says states are chronically underfunding future healthcare and other non-pension worker benefits.

How To Prevent Healthcare Costs From Blowing Up A Financial Plan

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Advisors need to shield clients from surprises when planning for healthcare costs, said consultant Katy Votava.

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