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Penalty for the Unvaccinated?
Coronavirus and Your Money A “yes or no” box to verify your vaccination status could be part of open enrollment for health insurance in the future.
Disability Insurance Can Provide COVID Coverage
Coronavirus and Your Money If you are concerned about long-term complications from COVID-19, consider disability insurance coverage.
By Rivan V. Stinson PublishedCoronavirus and Your Money
Your Doctor is Retiring. Here's How to Find a New Physician
health insurance More doctors are considering quitting due to burnout from the pandemic. If you must find a new physician, get recommendations from friends and review a potential replacement's qualifications.
By Alina Tugend Publishedhealth insurance
Pandemic Aid That’s Still Available
health insurance Broad-based stimulus checks and the like are over, but some people still qualify for help.
By Elaine Silvestrini Publishedhealth insurance
COVID-19 Home Test Kits and PPE are Tax Deductible
Tax Breaks You can also pay for home testing kits and personal protective equipment with FSA and HSA funds.
By Rocky Mengle PublishedTax Breaks
15 Things Retirees Should Buy at Costco
Making Your Money Last From its house brand Kirkland Signature lineup to name brands and hidden gems, the warehouse club offers bargains aimed at mature shoppers.
By Bob Niedt PublishedMaking Your Money Last
3 Ways Early Retirees Can Minimize Their Health Insurance Costs
health insurance Until you can go on Medicare, you’ll need health insurance on your own, and of course that can be pricey. Subsidies through the Affordable Care Act can be a big help, but you need to manage your income to qualify. Here are three tips to help make that happen.
By Brady Bellue Publishedhealth insurance
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
How Patients with Lasting Symptoms of COVID Can Apply for Disability
Financial Planning Those who can no longer work because of COVID-19 may qualify for these benefits but the approval process can be a difficult road.
By Jackie Stewart PublishedFinancial Planning
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