AARP May Be a Player in Puerto Rico
The senior lobbying group has a seat on a committee that advocates for the commonwealth's pension enrollees in the restructuring.
Common traits of financial fraud victims
Fraud victims often share similar mindsets, behaviors and demographic characteristics.
UnitedHealth execs skimp on commercial health talk
About $80 million in ACA exchange plan losses flowed into third-quarter earnings.
LTCI Watch: Clintoncare
If only we'd adopted the LTCI provisions in the H.R. 3600 bill of 1993 ... who knows?
AARP picks LTC products provider
The new LTC solutions menu will include life hybrid products.
AARP starts $40 million venture fund for technology for seniors
One area of interest could be telehealth services.
Quick, when do you claim Social Security? What do you get if your ex dies?
A survey found that, for workers, the most common source of information about Social Security benefits was friends and family, at 46 percent.
Social Security turns 80 to cheers
Social Security turns 80--and Americans still value it highly, according to this AARP survey.
Improve medical care by tracking artificial hips
To obtain better value for health-care dollars, it's important to evaluate in detail which ones are well-spent and which are not.
Medigap: 3 things to know about 2014 results
For now, the market seems to be a refuge from those strong PPACA winds.