The Social Security Administration states that full retirement age is between 65 and 67—depending on what year you were born. It is important to know the dates because depending on when you claim social security benefits impacts how much you will receive. If you were born before 1937 then your retirement age is set at… Continue Reading Senior Retirement Checklist
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After a lifetime of work, many retirees find themselves lost when trying to decide how to spend their time. From a very young age, we are funneled into the school system, and after a decade and some change, we go off into the workforce. In other words, for many people, there has always been some… Continue Reading Top 4 Hobbies For Retirees
On March 23, 2010, the first part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was passed as part of the first stage of comprehensive health care reform under the Obama administration. The Affordable Care Act is often referred to as “Obamacare”, the “ACA”, or the “PPACA”. The Affordable Care Act refers to the final… Continue Reading What is the Penalty for Not Having Health Insurance in 2019?
The third chapter of life can be your best if you plan correctly. As people grow older, the thought of saving for retirement turns from a blip on the horizon to a reflection in the rearview mirror. You may have less to work with since employment will be a thing of the past; however, your… Continue Reading Money Management for Seniors
Established in 1978, Benistar is a nationwide leader in the design, installation, and administration of post-65 group retiree medical benefits. We have provided group benefit plans to business organizations, labor unions and public sector entities (municipal, state and local government entities) across the US with retiree health plan access and administration since 1995. Medicare, benefits services, and… Continue Reading Benistar Reviews: Why We Have the Highest Customer and Workplace Satisfaction
Because of the baby boom, a lot of employees are currently entering retirement. What does this mean for employers? Furthermore, what does it mean for employees? Well, companies that offer retiree health insurance face a dilemma. Fortunately, there are some great flexible group retiree health insurance options. These solutions can help mitigate employer risk while… Continue Reading Group Retiree Plans: What Employers Need To Know