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The median cost of a shared room in a nursing home is approaching $90,000 a year, according to Genworth Financial. There are two types of insurance that will help you pay for it. What you need to know.
The standard monthly premium for Medicare Part B will be $135.50 in 2019, which is in line with previous estimates.
Individuals who are collecting Social Security benefits will see a 2.8 percent cost-of-living adjustment in 2019, the biggest boost since 2012.
More retirees are moving abroad to get the urban retirement of their dreams for far less.
Open enrollment season isn't just for health benefits. Start your tax and retirement planning for 2019 by reviewing your 401(k) at work. Here are a few opportunities to ramp up your savings.
If you're gearing up to enroll in Medicare for the first time, make sure you don't forget to evaluate Medigap insurance. This supplemental coverage can help you defray additional expenses. Here's what you should know.
You may be stumped when it comes to whether or not your spouse can get Medicare coverage on your work record. And knowing the answer can save you big.
"For an increasing number of older Americans, their golden years are fraught with economic risks," a new study reads.
Medicare excludes some health care expenses from coverage. Here's what's not covered and how you can plan for it.
This is the age when certain retirees stand to lose the least by not waiting until age 70 to start receiving Social Security.
Wondering where to spend your golden years? A new ranking lists the best states
This so-called Sandwich Generation still has time to catch up on its retirement savings.
Don't let glossy brochures steer you into the wrong senior community.
Thinking of breaking your vows? Your retirement savings will also suffer