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Aging & Senior Care

As your thoughts turn to retirement and you start to figure out how much you'll need to pay for health care, one question in particular may pop into your mind: Medicare versus Medicaid — what's the difference? Medicare and Medicaid are different programs serving different purposes. Understanding them in the context of retirement planning is crucial.

As your thoughts turn to retirement, you’ll need to start to figure out how much you might have to pay for assisted living. Taking steps to plan for the future (and assisted living costs) could help ensure they are protected.

While no one can predict future long-term care needs, there are still steps you could take to help prepare for an uncertain tomorrow. From budgeting for these costs as part of your retirement savings to purchasing long-term care insurance, there are many strategies your family can consider to help ensure you get the care you need and deserve.

Medicare vs. Medicaid

Medicare and Medicaid are different programs serving different purposes. Understanding them in the context of retirement planning is crucial.

Do I Need Supplemental Insurance if I Have Medicare?

You might wonder why you would need supplemental insurance if you have Medicare. Learn why Medicare might not cover all your bills.

Medicare Coverage & Retiree Insurance

Medicare coverage has many moving parts — and we're here to break them down. Learn how you could use both Medicare and retiree insurance effectively.

Do You Know How Much Assisted Living Costs?

With assisted living costs on the rise, it's more important than ever to be proactive. Learn more about assisted living costs and payment options.

How Does Long-Term Care Insurance Work?

While it's hard to predict the future, it's possible you or a loved one may need long-term care at some point. Here's what to know.

Who Needs Long-Term Care Insurance?

Long-term care insurance is an option to preserve your assets and help pay for your care. Here's some information on who may need it.

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