10 scary retirement facts

At first it looked like Medicare premiums for some retirees could increase by a record-breaking 52% in 2016. Now it looks like the base amount will increase to $120 per month for new enrollees in Medicare in 2016 and anyone who is enrolled in Medicare but not yet receiving Social Security benefits. Higher-income individuals whose 2014 income topped $85,000 for singles or $170,000 for married couples will pay even more.

Tip: Medicare premiums are reset each year so this is not a life-sentence of sky-high costs, but a one-time aberration.

Read More

Please Login to comment.
Statements and opinions expressed in articles, reviews and other materials herein are those of the authors; the editors and publishers.
While every care has been taken in the compilation of this information and every attempt made to present up-to-date and accurate information, we cannot guarantee that inaccuracies will not occur. FundPage, Inc. will not be held responsible for any claim, loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any information within these pages or any information accessed through this site.
The content of any organizations' websites which you link to from are entirely out of the control of FundPage, Inc., and you proceed at your own risk. These links are provided purely for your convenience. They do not imply FundPage, Inc.’s endorsement of, or association with any products, services, content, information or materials offered by or accessible to you at the organization’s site.
All copyright and trademarks accessible via the links from are owned by the respective website owners, or their licensors.
FundPage shall also have the right to remove any contents posted at any time without cause as FundPage determines in its sole discretion.

My Community

My Friends