Open Enrollment 2022: What to Expect

Open Enrollment

There is a time each year, usually in the fall, when individuals can enroll in health insurance, make changes to their existing plan, or drop their coverage altogether. This time is known as the open enrollment period. Open enrollment often lasts for little more than a month. If you miss this window of opportunity, you […]

Everything You Need to Know About Medicare

Everything You Need to Know About Medicare

Medicare is a health insurance program of the United States government that subsidizes healthcare services. People of retirement age (65 and up), younger people who meet certain health criteria, and those with particular conditions are all eligible for the program. It’s segmented into other programs that protect a wide range of medical expenses, some of […]

The Fed Raised Interest Rates — How Will It Affect You?

Interest Rates

On Wednesday, September 21st, the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate by 0.75 percentage points, following increases in June and July. The Federal Reserve has been increasing interest rates on loans at a rate not seen in decades, but its measures have so far done little to stop the sharp increase in prices. Annual […]

What to Know About Student Loan Forgiveness

Student Loan Forgiveness

By now, you know that on August 24th, the United States government announced that the U.S. Government plans to forgive $10,000 in student loan debt to those who qualify. But what are the qualifications? The U.S. Department of Education has already stated the applications to apply for student loan forgiveness will be ready by “early […]

The Silver Lining in Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness

The World Health Organization reports that breast cancer is still one of the two most frequent kinds of cancer worldwide. It accounts for 5% of all cancer-related fatalities each year. In any given year, more than 265,000 people in the United States may be diagnosed with this disease. There is, however, cause for optimism. Exciting […]

Restart Your Career After 50

Restart Your Career at 50

Starting a new career is always difficult, but the challenges can be even more daunting when you’re over aged 50. Don’t be discouraged, though. Restart your career after age 50 with AARP’s advice for getting hired when you’re no longer a spring chicken: Review your résumé Remove any mention of age from your résumé. Take […]