Social Security recipients are looking forward to the largest cost of living adjustment in four decades in January. The tradeoff, however, is that they may need that added income to counter rising inflation. “COLAs are intended to protect the buying […]
In 2021, Social Security benefits increased by just 1.3 percent, raising the average benefit by only about $20. Social Security recipients can look forward to one of the largest cost-of-living adjustments in nearly 40 years in 2022. The Senior Citizens League predicts an increase […]
(Bloomberg Opinion) –With the highly transmissible delta variant spreading rapidly in the U.S. and COVID-19 vaccine uptake in some areas still disappointingly low, it makes sense to push every lever available to get people protected. One underused tool is the […]
Here’s what 401(k) industry professionals told us plan sponsors should be looking for when launching a retirement plan.
Kaiser and its affiliates are accused of submitting inaccurate diagnostic codes in order to reap greater reimbursements.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has released its projections for average basic monthly premiums for standard Medicare Part D coverage in 2022, which the agency expects will be about $33 — a 4.9% increase from the $31.47 average […]
Social Security statements already served as handy tools. But the changes that the Social Security Administration is rolling out will help advisors and clients even more. Advisors who have never used their clients’ Social Security statements to provide a clearer picture of how much they will get […]
This will be an exciting open enrollment season. For many employers, business will be again conducted in-person, and there are new consumer protections pursuant to the No Surprises Act, part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Pub. L. 116-260), which will […]