When you're sick, you're probably not thinking about saving money. But even if it's a serious condition, you can save without sacrificing care.
They're tapping their own retirement savings to pay for that care, now that caregiving programs are facing budget cuts.
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That's one way to cut your medical bills by 50%. But is it a good idea?
Some have proposed delaying eligibility for Medicare for two years as a way to shore up its finances. Would that really help?
Save a little, spend wisely -- true for individual consumers and families, and for the economy as a whole.
The feds have made it easier for those with pre-existing conditions to sign up for affordable coverage.
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