Here's What's Going to Happen in 2017
Predictions from the Yale law professor and novelist on everything from the CFPB's legal challenges to bitcoin to the Affordable Care Act.
Obamacare Didn’t Fail Because It’s Timid
Today’s history lesson: When it comes to policy, political math trumps both technocratic merit and courage every time.
5 Surprising Expenses Medicare Won’t Cover
If you thought Medicare would help you pay for dental work, hearing aids and home health care, you'd be wrong.
Liability Costs Driving Up Long-Term Care Bills
Actuaries found that liability losses amounted to an average of $218,000 per claim, or $2,350 per long-term care bed.
31% Cut in Social Security Benefits Needed by 2031: CBO
An earlier report from the Social Security Trust Fund projected a 21% cut in benefits beginning in 2034 if the status quo remains.
Start Worrying About Long-Term Care
Will long-term care insurance ever be an attractive product for many Americans? If not, how will we pay for care when we get old?
The End of Long-Term Care Insurance as We Know It?
Many insurance carriers who have exited the traditional LTCI market have developed alternative products.
Small Business Self-Funded Health Insurance Surges
For the right firm, the self-funding healthcare option can help employers mitigate the risk of rising premiums while continuing to assist employees with health coverage.
Robert Reich, Alan Simpson Take On Social Security, Debt Problems
At Schwab Impact, policy pros but friends from across the aisle address “all the issues not addressed” in presidential race.
Rethinking Asset Allocation for Aging Clients
Arbitrary notions about aging—and conventional wisdom on managing money for clients in retirement—may be off target.