The Center for Medicare Services (CMS) predicts a modest increase of $1.50 in the standard Medicare Part B premium and a slight decline in the average Part D premium.
Based on the CPI-W for July, August and September compared with the same months in 2017, the COLA for 2019 will be 2.8%
How much does that vacation (and giant turkey leg) really cost you? Be sure and read my latest post on the financial blog HumbleDollar.com Back in the olden days, vacation meant our […]
Fair share! You have heard those words many times and they mean something different to everyone. Generally, we hear that some Americans, the “wealthy” are the ones not pay a fair share, […]
Proponents of M4A claim trillions of dollars in saving over ten years. The major components of those anticipated savings are 💊 lower drug prices, 😷 lower payments to health care providers and […]