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Medicare and Your HSA

Medicare And Your HSA

Age 65 is often referred to as a benchmark retirement date, yet there are a number of individuals who are reaching Medicare-eligible age 65 and still planning to work beyond this age. Many of these…

Medicare – When to Enroll?

Medicare

For individuals approaching Medicare age, it is important to know that there are two main enrollment periods to sign up for Medicare: initial enrollment (at age 65) and special enrollment. Missing these enrollment periods could…

You and Your Aging Parents

You And Your Aging Parentcommunity (CCRC)

This past October, RegentAtlantic hosted clients and friends at our Morristown office for an educational panel presentation entitled “You and Your Aging Parents.” Our panelists included Michael Thompson, an estate and elder law attorney with…

Explaining the Social Security Earnings Test

Social Security

Social Security is an excellent source of retirement income for individuals and is generally incorporated when creating a retirement plan.  However, it comes with a number of limitations.  One of the larger limitations is an…

Social Security and Medicare Changes for 2017

Social Security And Medicare Changes For 2017

Social Security and Medicare Changes for 2017 The Social Security Administration (SSA) announced a number of changes for 2017 that will affect high income earners in the workforce as well as those that are retired.…

What the 2016 Social Security Changes Mean for You

On Monday, Nov. 2, 2015, President Barack Obama signed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015. This new law contained several provisions, but one specifically impacts Social Security claiming strategies. While the new laws may somewhat…

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