As long as a person’s health insurance qualifies as a group health plan, they do not need to get Medicare at 65 regardless of where they live or who provides their health insurance.
By Nick Corcodilos
In the late stages of an interview process, one reader hears vague, conditional reservations. Is there a constructive way to overcome this type of concern?…
For decades, economists have documented biased advice provided by brokers and financial professionals to ordinary investors.
Why have middle aged, white Americans experienced a stunning rise in premature deaths due to alcoholism, suicide and drug abuse? Economists who have documented the dramatic decrease in life expectancy say an obvious place to look is the loss of…
By Philip Moeller
When you returned to work and reacquired group employer health insurance, you effectively got a "do over" on your Medicare sign-up rights.
As actual GOP plans come into sharper focus, sharp Medicare battle lines will form for politicians and the public alike. It will be crucial to look inside the packages to get an understanding of whether the Medicare program that would…
By Teresa Ghilarducci
Whether your home is an investment or merely a place to live is a debate that’s heated up since the subprime-mortgage disaster of the early 2000s.
"Do I have any rights since my boss agreed to the salary and we shook hands?" asks a reader.
By Richard Eisenberg
Next Avenue columnist Richard Eisenberg has advice for boomers desperate to unload family heirlooms.
By Elizabeth Flock and Kristen Doerer
Across the country Thursday, workers staged a “Day Without Immigrants,” a protest of President Donald Trump’s policies on immigration.
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