Healthy Living on a Budget
Starting Today, Hearing Aids May be Sold Over the Counter
Healthy Living on a Budget The White House estimates people will save nearly $3,000 by not having to get them through a medical professional.
Your Guide to Open Enrollment 2023
Employee Benefits Health care costs continue to climb, but subsidies will make some plans more affordable.
By Rivan V. Stinson PublishedEmployee Benefits
3 Paths for Getting Vision Insurance in Retirement
Healthy Living on a Budget Medicare Part B's restrictive coverage of vision care means you'll have to find a different route to get the right insurance. Here's some guidance.
By Jackie Stewart PublishedHealthy Living on a Budget
Retirees, Here's How to Make a Medigap Switch to Save Money
Making Your Money Last You want to find the best Medicare medigap plan for your budget. Sometimes that means changing things up. Here's some guidance.
By David Rodeck PublishedMaking Your Money Last
Sports Give Seniors a Zest for Life
Healthy Living on a Budget Tens of thousands of older athletes are ramping up their commitment to fitness as they age. The best sports for retirees involve fun, friends and good exercise.
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis PublishedHealthy Living on a Budget
Billed for a COVID-19 Vaccine? Don't Pay
Healthy Living on a Budget If you are charged, it's an error. Call your provider directly and dispute the fees.
By Michael Korsh PublishedHealthy Living on a Budget
Food Delivery Apps: We Compare 4 of the Biggest
Technology These apps offer convenience but vary in costs and customer service. Here’s how Uber Eats, Grubhub, DoorDash and Postmates compare to each other.
By Michaela Wang PublishedTechnology
Exercise Saves Seniors Money on Health Care
Healthy Living on a Budget Adults who increase their physical activity pay hundreds less per year for health care, a new study shows.
By the editors of Kiplinger's Personal Finance PublishedHealthy Living on a Budget
Retirement Can Keep You Busy
Empty Nesters Your lives are filled with jobs, creative ventures and intellectual enjoyment.
By Janet Bodnar PublishedEmpty Nesters
When It’s Time to Drop Your Parents’ Health Insurance
Starting Out: New Grads and Young Professionals Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, the uninsured rate for twenty-somethings has plummeted.
By Emma Patch PublishedStarting Out: New Grads and Young Professionals