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Magazine articles of special interest to seniors.
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Managed Care
December 2007
Martin Sipkoff
Large Plans Do Well Under Part D, But Premium Hikes Cloud Future Profits should increase over the next two years for plans that stay the course, but politics and rising premiums may affect long-term results. mark for My Articles 464 similar articles
Investment Advisor
December 2007
Kara P. Stapleton
Care Givers Smart advisors are offering financial gerontology services to clients and their families, and are getting increased client satisfaction and referrals in return. mark for My Articles 493 similar articles
Job Journal
November 11, 2007
Michael Kinsman
Career Pros: Why Older Americans Work For too many, postponing retirement is becoming a necessity. mark for My Articles 817 similar articles
Financial Planning
November 1, 2007
Donald Jay Korn
Medicare Choices What are Medicare private fee-for-service plans and why did their fortunes rise and fall so dramatically? Most important, if these plans survive in their current form, should advisors suggest them for clients enrolled in or approaching Medicare eligibility? mark for My Articles 342 similar articles
Financial Advisor
November 2007
Mitch Anthony
Boomer Interuppted Baby boomers may envision a retirement with lots of freedom, but some already are finding that's not the case. Here's what financial advisors need to know. mark for My Articles 599 similar articles
Managed Care
September 2007
Ninety Percent of Adults Eligible For Medicare Have Drug Coverage A study from the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research finds that 90 percent of Americans age 65 and older now have prescription drug coverage, compared to more than 75 percent who were covered in 2004. mark for My Articles 504 similar articles
Investment Advisor
October 2007
Melanie Waddell
Helping the Most Vulnerable Retirees Lawmakers, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and state regulators are bent on making sure advisors with designations touting expertise when it comes to helping seniors, the most vulnerable retirees, are closely scrutinized. mark for My Articles 592 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 21, 2007
Dan Caplinger
Don't Lose Your Life Savings After a lifetime of hard work, seniors should be able to sit back and enjoy their retirements comfortably. But beware, con artists and disreputable professionals have singled out the elderly as targets for scams and fraud. mark for My Articles 250 similar articles
Registered Rep.
September 10, 2007
Christina Mucciolo
Regulators Investigate "Fraud Lunches" For Seniors Firms are being held accountable for the sales pitches and materials used during these seminars. mark for My Articles 324 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 13, 2007
Tim Beyers
How to Beat a Retirement Scam Here are three tips from a retirement expert on finding a worthwhile money manager, and to prevent yourself or someone you know, from becoming the victim of a retirement scam. mark for My Articles 437 similar articles
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