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The vast majority of retirees in the U.S. qualify for Medicare because either they or a spouse have enough work credits. This means that these qualified individuals pay no premium for Part A and a modest premium for Part B. However, some people don’t qualify, and this is usually because they immigrated to the United… Read More


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Most people can expect to get typical medical services covered by traditional Medicare, also called Part A and B. Of course, traditional Medicare doesn’t cover everything, and it doesn’t cover most services at 100 percent. That’s why people consider enhancing their coverage with Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantage, and other public and private plans. In addition… Read More


Serviced members, wounded veterans, caretakers, and many others may find useful information in a project called the National Resource Directory, or NRD. You can learn more about the NRD project on the Office of Warrior Care Policy website or by going directly to NRD.gov. Basically, this directory was developed as a guide to all sorts… Read More


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The good news is that social security payments are safe from the vast majority of creditors. According to MarketWatch, people who get behind on a credit card or car loan don’t have to worry about having social security income garnished. Creditors are not even allowed to take it out of a bank account for two… Read More


Medicare fraud costs us all money in the form of possibly higher taxes and premiums. Not only does fraud waste money, it might even involve harm to patients who aren’t given the care they need or receive unnecessary care with potential side effects. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services even has an entire… Read More


  The bad news is that the United States is in the midst of a diabetes epidemic. That is, if this condition were an infectious disease that could be passed from one person to another, that’s what it would be considered. Besides striking more and more adults, Type 2 diabetes is now showing up more… Read More