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Medicare Part D beneficiaries are charged a variety of out-of-pocket expenses

Medicare Part D helps retirees pay for their prescription drugs. But these prescription drug plans have a variety of out-of-pocket costs that vary

CMS Proposes 2019 Physician Fee Schedule

On July 12, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) released its proposed Medicare Physician Fee Schedule for 2019. The proposed rules updates

Medicare Savings Program

You can get help from your state paying your Medicare premiums. In some cases, Medicare Savings Programs may also pay Medicare Part A

How Medicare enroll can avoid Medicare Scams

Don’t fall for these schemes designed to steal your personal or credit card information The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services began mailing

Medicare – Your Doctor & You

Doctors are often seen as superheroes, and although they don’t wear capes, they do save lives. However, unlike their superhero counterparts, doctors aren’t

How Medicare Prescription Plan works with other Insurance

Employer or union health coverage Employer or union health coverage refers to health coverage from your, your spouse’s, or other family member’s current

LTC built in with Life Insurance

Consumers who are skeptical of traditional long-term-care insurance are snapping up “hybrid” policies combining life insurance with long-term-care benefits. But are these products

Options for Paying for Long Term Care

Long-term care is expensive and is becoming more so every year. With individuals facing a high probability of needing long-term care at some

What is Long Term Care?

Long-term care or LTC is any of a wide range of ongoing services and support systems designed to help individuals perform self-care when


Q: My parents are applying for permanent residence. As their Petitioner, which form do I have to use for the Affidavit of Support?