Category: Prescription Costs
Controlling expenses when you have a long-term illness
Retirees are living longer than ever, and the odds of being diagnosed with a chronic condition, such as hypertension or diabetes, increase with age. (more…)
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What you need to know before you retire
Congratulations, you’re about to turn 65 and become eligible for Medicare! Now what? (more…)
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The Affordable Care Act and Medicare Part D
Confused about how healthcare reform will impact your Medicare coverage? You’re not alone. According to our 2013 survey, many retirees have misconceptions about reform and Medicare. These misconceptions could lead to low Medicare enrollment and poor health decisions.
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Selecting the right Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) can save you money.
Selecting the right Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) can save you money. The choices you make once you’ve enrolled in a plan can also lower your costs. There are simple shortcuts you can take that will help you save on your pharmacy costs in retirement.
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Three questions that can help you plan—and reduce—your future prescription costs
Many baby boomers are often faced with the loss of retiree health and pharmacy benefits from their former employer. (more…)
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