Retirement

The new year is just around the corner and that’s when new insurance costs take effect. It is Medicare’s custom to announce the next year’s premiums and other costs at different times. For example, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services published 2023 drug plan information in April and the Part B premium in September.
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The federal government has suspended for two years its sale of long-term care insurance policies to its employees. Some industry experts question whether the program ever will return in its current form. The long-running initiative, called the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP), was halted when John Hancock Life & Health Insurance Company, the
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For many trust grantors, choosing a trustee is one of the most challenging tasks of setting up a trust. The grantor must have confidence that the trustee will not only carry out their wishes, but also possess the stewardship skills necessary to protect the trust’s assets. Grantors must also find someone willing to take on
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