When you first become eligible for Medicare, thoroughly research all your insurance options.
Later in life, Social Security (SS) becomes increasingly more important and more fraught with pitfalls.
The best therapy for the heart is helping others.
Older and younger employees working together create a well balanced workplace.
Charities can pull at our heartstrings, and it is not easy to decide which ones you can afford to give to regularly.
Not knowing all the facts about Social Security could lead to some costly mistakes.
Every year Social Security (SS) issues a statement updating every worker on their SS status.
Social Security reports that there are over 62,000,000 collecting benefits as of the 1st Quarter of this year.
There are so many strong women from young adulthood to great grandmothers and they all have a story to tell.
New to Medicare? Understanding Medicare Supplement Insurance plans and what they cover. They are designed to work with…