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It’s clear that dental health care matters as you age. But understanding dental options for seniors may not be as clear. Read these answers to frequently asked questions.
Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare Supplement: They're more different than they sound.
Medicare Supplement insurance helps offset medical expenses, but it doesn't cover everything. Try pairing your plan with additional supplemental insurance.
Hospital Indemnity insurance riders offer Medicare and Medicare Advantage policyholders a way to lower out-of-pocket costs.
Medicare doesn’t cover everything, but vision, hearing, and dental insurance can offer more comprehensive health coverage.
What is First Diagnosis Cancer insurance? Many people aren’t familiar with this supplemental health insurance, and they typically ask these questions.
Medicare has four parts – Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D – and each covers different expenses.
We’ve gathered answers to the most common Hospital Indemnity questions so you can select a plan that promotes your financial well-being.
Life insurance for seniors not only differs from young adulthood but also within your retirement years.
Are you wondering if you need Medicare Supplement insurance or if you’re required by law to have it? Find out these and other supplemental Medicare insurance answers.
Follow this simple obituary format to celebrate and honor someone who has passed away.
Learn everything you need to know to plan your estate — from selecting a power of attorney to creating a living will.
Consider these five things when selecting a senior financial advisor.
This age-by-age breakdown will help you know when to schedule health screenings, how to build up your savings, and prepare to live your best life during retirement.
Fall prevention is important for the well-being of older adults. Taking these steps can make sure they’re well prepared and well protected.
It’s never too early to start financial planning for older adult care.
You'll want to consider more than funeral costs when choosing between cremation vs. burial.
You’ll be well prepared if you use this checklist to guide you through losing a loved one — from the initial moments to the first few weeks.
Feeling sad after the death of a loved one is normal, but when symptoms of grief persist, you may need grief counseling to help you progress.
Healthy senior diets that nourish the body are an important part of daily living. Learn which senior diet plans help weight loss, disease prevention, and overall well-being.
You can now access grief support whenever and wherever — in person, online, even via text
It’s important to care for yourself. Remember a lost loved one in a way that feels healing and connective to you.
Why bereavement guilt is so common and what you can do to start healing
A new look at the stages of grief model can make the pathway to healing less rocky when you're mourning a loved one.