Bipartisan Budget Act Impacts Medicare and Social Security

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, signed into law on November 2, 2015, ensures federal government funding through the fiscal year 2017, primarily by suspending forced across-the-board spending cuts called “sequesters,” which were triggered when lawmakers failed to reach a budget agreement in 2011. Among a variety of other provisions, the law limits Medicare premium … Read More


Is 70 the New 65? Why Americans Are Working Longer…

Age 65 has long been considered the traditional retirement age, and not coincidentally is also the age of Medicare eligibility. According to recent statistics, the percentage of Americans 65 and older who are still in the labor force has risen to nearly 20%, the highest level since before Medicare was established in 1965 (1). More … Read More


A Guide on the Road to Retirement

The title of the Beatles’ song “The Long and Winding Road” could apply to the journey toward a comfortable retirement. For those who have the foresight to start preparing in their 20s, the journey could take 40 years or more. Even those who procrastinate might have 20 or 30 years to prepare. No matter how … Read More


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