The secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced this week that the Medicare Part B monthly premium and deductible will not increase in 2015.
One fiscal crisis is winding down, but another round of budget negotiations looms. And that could mean Social Security and Medicare cuts will again be part of the conversation.
In an AdWeek article posted yesterday, the author takes a look at Americans' financial unpreparedness for retirement, especially in these tough economic times. The story reports on a study from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College called "The National Retirement Risk Index: After the Crash."
Hot on the AARP News radar this morning is a front page article in the New York Times that takes a look at the effect the bill taken up this week by the Senate Finance Committee would have on seniors receiving health benefits through Medicare.
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