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Magazine articles of special interest to seniors.
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Managed Care
May 2005
Medicare PPOs Face Challenge to Funding All the excitement in the industry about Medicare PPOs died in a hurry last month as the Medicare Payment Advisory Committee (MedPAC) moved closer to recommending that the $10 billion fund for the program be eliminated. mark for My Articles 217 similar articles
Managed Care
May 2005
Covering the Uninsured Seen as Legislative Priority Opinion leaders say Congress should also act to improve quality and safety, and ensure Medicare solvency. mark for My Articles 405 similar articles
Financial Advisor
June 2005
Dorothy Hinchcliff
The Retirement Boom The 2005 Financial Advisor Retirement Planning Symposium hears of scenarios and solutions for the coming boomer retirees. mark for My Articles 1054 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 31, 2005
What to Expect From Social Security The program currently remains intact, and it's not a bad idea to look into what you might expect from it in retirement. A good way to get the information is from their website. mark for My Articles 92 similar articles
May 16, 2005
Byrnes & Borrus
Rising Tensions Over Pensions A deep chasm has opened between the Bush Administration and Big Business over what to do about the sorry state of corporate pension plans. mark for My Articles 365 similar articles
May 16, 2005
"The Least Risk Is Investing Yourself" In this interview, Social Security point man Allan Hubbard assesses the President's ownership agenda. mark for My Articles 202 similar articles
American Family Physician
May 1, 2005
Adelman & Daly
Initial Evaluation of the Patient with Suspected Dementia It is common for older patients to present to family physicians with concerns of memory loss. With an accurate and timely diagnosis of dementia, appropriate therapies can be initiated to reduce further cognitive decline. mark for My Articles 210 similar articles
Registered Rep.
May 1, 2005
Daniels, Leibell & Prince
Planning for the Unthinkable End-of-life events are almost always fraught with financial implications that need to be addressed. The better prepared a patient and his family are for end-of-life decisions, the more smoothly the financial portion of the event is likely to proceed. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
Financial Planning
May 1, 2005
Joshua Weinberger
White Paper A study shows that workers who opt into the personal accounts system are likely to earn less than those who stay in the current Social Security program; even more damning, upon retirement, personal accounts would produce losses 71% of the time. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Managed Care
April 2005
Frank Diamond
Starting Medicare Advantage Plan Brings Special Set of Problems The feds will help you launch a health plan for the elderly, but just what does it take to get something like this operating in so short a time? mark for My Articles 426 similar articles
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