According to US News & World Report¹, Social Security payments will increase by 8.7% in 2023, the biggest Social Security cost-of-living adjustment in 40 years¹. Medicare Part B premiums will decline¹. The earnings subject to the Social Security tax will climb to $160,200¹. (1) Social Security Changes Coming in 2023 – US News & World… Continue Reading Social Security Changes in 2023
Navigating through the complexities of retirement health insurance can be one of the most overwhelming experiences after retirement. If you are over 65, you may be eligible for Medicare although you may still want a supplemental retirement health insurance plan for additional assistance. If you are under 65, you’ll need to continue with your current… Continue Reading What Are the Different Types of Retirement Health Insurance Plans?
Retirement is a wonderful time of life, but it can also bring a lot of uncertainty. One of the questions that many people face is what happens to their retiree health insurance coverage when they retire. The good news is that you don’t have to worry about losing your retiree health insurance once you reach… Continue Reading Can You Lose Your Health Benefits When You Retire?
For retirees who are looking for a reliable prescription drug plan, Employer Group Waiver Plans (EGWP) are an ideal option. These plans can provide retirees with the coverage they need while also keeping costs low. In this blog, we will discuss why Employer Group Waiver Plans are the best choice for retirees who are seeking… Continue Reading Employer Group Waiver Plans: An Ideal Retiree Prescription Drug Plan
Now that your employees have reached the age of 65, they no longer need life insurance to protect their families in the event of their death. However, they may still be vulnerable in other ways, and that’s why it’s important to offer them supplemental post-65 retiree insurance. Treating your employees well throughout their time at… Continue Reading The Benefits of Offering Post-65 Retiree Insurance to Your Employees
Worried that your aging employees won’t be able to keep up with the pace of their high-pressure jobs? Because Medicare only covers 80% of your medical costs and doesn’t cover vision or dental, retirees can be vulnerable to an unexpected accident or illness that leaves them out of pocket. That’s why it’s important to look… Continue Reading How to Choose Post-65 Retiree Insurance Benefits That Your Employees Will Love