The latest news on Medicare
Medicare beneficiaries should prepare for sometimes significant out-of-pocket expenses.
Age 65 is no longer when most people expect to retire.
Annual report says Social Security trust fund will be depleted by 2033; Medicare outlook improves.
Those who delegate medical decisions to their doctor have shorter hospital stays, researchers say
Lumping Social Security's ills with health care deficits sets up undeserved guilt by association.
Medicare generally doesn’t pay for health care received outside the U.S.
When preparing retirement plans, make sure you understand your total exposure to health expenses.
Government data released Wednesday shows some hospitals charge 2,700 percent more for treatment than others.