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Seniors squeezed by no Social Security increase

October 13, 2015

By the time the Social Security Administration makes its official announcement about 2016 benefit levels later this week, it will be old news. As I reported in early August, there will be no increase in Social Security benefits next year as...

Hillary Clinton's plan to prevent stock market crashes

October 9, 2015

Hillary Clinton has a plan to prevent the next stock market crash. Step one: New fees for taking investment risks, because taking investment risks aren't risky enough already, or something like that. Nirvana in a nutshell The juiciest tidbits...

How Social Security claiming strategies affect Medicare premiums

September 23, 2015

Ever since I first wrote about the likelihood that there will be no cost-of-living adjustment in Social Security benefits in 2016, I have been inundated with questions from readers asking how their clients will be affected. Although Social Security...

How to shop smart during Medicare annual enrollment

September 16, 2015

It's back to school and similarly it's time to do some Medicare homework. The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period is fast approaching. The AEP cycle starts Oct. 15 and ends Dec. 7, with coverage effective Jan. 1. This is the time of year when...

Worst-case scenario for Medicare premium hike in 2016

August 31, 2015

By now, most InvestmentNews readers know that there probably will not be a cost-of-living adjustment in Social Security benefits next year (as I first reported earlier this month). This would be only the third time in the past 40 years that...

Double whammy: Potential lack of COLA could mean higher Medicare premiums

August 13, 2015

The 2015 Social Security Board of Trustees annual report stated that some Medicare enrollees could see a 52% increase in their Medicare Part B premiums starting in January 2016! To understand how this is possible, a brief overview of Medicare...

Social Security cost-of-living adjustment unlikely for 2016

August 3, 2015

It looks like Social Security recipients will not see a cost-of-living adjustment in their benefits next year. And some high-income retirees may actually see a net reduction in benefits in 2016 as their Medicare premiums, which are deducted...

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