Health Insurance

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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.

Here Are Five Ways Finance Is Trying To De-Risk Heat Waves

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Financial services providers have come up with instruments aimed at heatstroke and lost wages.

Enrollment Into Medicare Could Trigger IRMAA Taxes

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There is an appeal process for those who disagree with their income-related monthly adjustment amount (IRMAA) from Medicare.

Biden Proposes Tax Hike On Wealthy To Strengthen Medicare

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The president's budget proposal would increase Medicare taxes from 3.8% to 5% on those earnings more than $400,000 per year.

HSAs Not Used To Full Potential, EBRI Says

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Most owners of HSAs don't take full advantage of them, a new report by the research institute says.

Workers Don't Carefully Examine Health Plan Choices, EBRI Says

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Most employees spent less than an hour choosing a health plan option, an EBRI survey found.

Retiring Couples Need Up To $383K For Healthcare Costs, Study Says

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But a Medicare Advantage plan could cut the bill almost in half, an EBRI report says.

Medicare Wants To Claw Back $4.7 Billion From Private Health Insurers

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Private Medicare health plans are a growing source of profit for insurers.

How To Fight Back Against Medicare IRMAA Surcharges

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Medicare IRMAA charges are set to change next year.

Lincoln Study: Most Lack Knowledge On Long-Term Care

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The general public suffers from a lack of awareness of long-term care solutions, according to Lincoln Financial.

You Can Grow HSA Money For Retirement, Too, RBC Wealth Says

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Not enough people are investing their HSA savings, said Chad Goerner, a senior vice president at the firm.

A Few Simple Tricks Turn Humble HSAs Into Wealth Builders

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Funding HSAs to the maximum and not making withdrawals optimizes their potential, an HSA specialist says.

New Weight-Loss Drugs Work, But Who's Paying?

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Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly say they can treat obesity with a weekly injection. But insurers aren't yet on board.

Inflation Raises Stakes For Choosing Between Employee Benefits

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Here's a rundown of common employee benefits and what financial planners recommend.

Are Healthcare Costs In Retirement Overwhelming?

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There's a way to help clients get over the sticker shock.

Women Applying For Workers' Comp Should Use Female Doctors, Study Says

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Male doctors are less likely to certify an injury when the patient is female, the National Bureau of Economic Research says.

Wealthspire Advisors Partners With Medicare Specialist Chapter

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The partners hope to find healthcare savings and identify Medicare benefits for clients.

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