Read the latest and most popular Social Security/Medicare/Medicaid Articles from Next Avenue.
Losing your job in your 60s can be painful, but these 7 tips will help you move forward
This long-awaited important legislation will be extraordinarily beneficial
The MyRA will arrive, plus other tax and Social Security news
On Social Security's 80th birthday, 76 is key, says a 'Falling Short' co-author
Retirees may be leaving hundreds on the table monthly, a survey finds
Answers to nine questions about spousal benefits for divorced women
How to choose the payment option that works best for you
This program might pay for some long-term care costs, but the rules are tricky
Not sure what's covered? Check out these eight items that don't make the cut.
A federal long term care insurance program can help families deal with long term care financing.
Prepare for complications with doctors, hospitals and insurers
The new law will raise Medicare premiums, but could improve care
This fun-loving 'Golden Girls' trio met in '67 and have lived together ever since
More physicians are refusing, so ask yours before you hit 65 and then follow these strategies if you'll be turned away
The presidential campaign has not focused on issues of aging, and that's a problem
Nearly three-quarters of people over 55 flunked when asked how benefits work
These goofs may prevent you from maximizing your retirement benefits
Take these 10 steps now and you'll be ready to roll into retirement
Living & Learning
A PBS series reunites people whose lives crossed at "pivotal moments"
This special report will cover topics around health care for older adults in rural areas
Our special series, Vitality Arts, shows the powerful effect that participating in the arts can have on our minds, bodies and souls. Look to this page for information, resources and inspiration that will help you age better through the arts and show that creativity has no age limit.