Vision benefits—what you need to know
Your vision plan is an investment in your current and future eye health. Learn what you need to know about your vision benefits, as well as how and where you can use it. Let’s get...
Early retirement: What it’s all about
After decades of punching the clock, you’d love to quit your job when you turn 65 (or soon after). But retiring early isn’t as simple as saying, “I quit.” Here’s what you need to know about the financial and health insurance aspects of early...
How to help a loved one make sense of Medicare Advantage plans
Whether you’re a full-time caregiver for a parent or just lending a hand now and then, you know how important it is that they have great health care. And for people age 65 and older, that usually starts with a Medicare plan. But if you’re new to this part...
Make the most of your medication coverage
One of the benefits of getting prescription drug coverage is getting help paying for your regular medications. And given that nearly 70% of all doctor visits involve some kind of drug therapy, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),...
Prescription drug coverage: What it’s all about
Do you take any prescription medications? Most Americans do. Nearly half of Americans take at least 1 prescription drug per month, and about 1 in 8 take 5 or more. And all those prescriptions can add up. In 2021, prescription drug spending hit $378...
New job? Now it’s time to pick your health insurance
Your first day of work may feel a little like your first day of school. There's a lot to learn – from where to find the coffee machine to all your new coworkers’ names. One of your most important tasks might be picking a new health...
Glasses vs. contacts: The eyewear showdown
Life is full of choices. And for many people, one of the toughest is deciding between glasses and contacts. Both eyewear options can improve your vision, but which is right for you? To help you decide, two experts point out some pros, cons, and situations to...